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A. 


PRESENT 


JANUARY 10, 2000 — 2:35 P.M. 


SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


Mayor P. Robertson 

Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley 
Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell (arrived at 3:15 p.m.) 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 — G. Miles 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi 
City Councillor Ward 1 - B. Hunter 

City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 

City Councillor Ward 3 - B. Callahan 

City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 

City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson (left at 4:15 p.m.) 
City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton 

City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 

City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards 

City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 

City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 

City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames 


STAFF PRESENT Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 


Mr. H. Newlove, Acting Commissioner of Community Services 

Ms. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 

Mr. A. D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 
Mr. J. A. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. J. G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 


APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


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City Council 


C001-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the Agenda for the January 10, 2000 Special Meeting be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - nil 
C. CLOSED SESSION 
At 2:40 p.m., the following Resolution was passed: 


C002-2000 Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


> personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board 
employees. 
CARRIED 
Council moved back in to Open Session at 6:10 p.m. 


E. BY-LAW 


C003-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That By-law 1-2000 before Council at its Special Meeting of January 10, 2000, be given the 
required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, and 


Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 
CARRIED 


1-2000 To confirm the proceedings for the Special Council Meeting held on January 10, 2000. 
F. ADJOURNMENT 


C004-2000 Moved by City Councillor Callahan 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That this Special Meeting of Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, January 17, 2000 
at 1:00 p.m. or at the call of the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 6:15 P.M. ON JANUARY 10, 2000. 


PETER ROBERTSON, MAYOR 


J. G. METRAS, ACTING CITY CLERK 


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JANUARY 17, 2000 — 1:10 P.M. 


REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


PRESENT Mayor P. Robertson 
Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley 
Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 —G. Miles 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi (left at 6:15 p.m. due to Other 
Municipal Business) 
City Councillor Ward 1 - B. Hunter 
City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 
City Councillor Ward 3 - B. Callahan 
City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 
City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 
City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton 
City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 
City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards 
City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 
City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 
City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames 


ABSENT Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell (vacation) 


STAFF PRESENT Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 

Mr. R. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 

Ms. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 

Mr. A. D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 
Mr. J. A. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. J. G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 
Mr. P. Caine, Treasurer, Corporate Services 

Mr. V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services 

Mr. D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development 

Mr. K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning, Development and Park 
Operations, Community Services 

Mr. L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services 

Mrs. W. Cooke, Legislative Coordiantor, Legal Services 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


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APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
CONSENT MOTION 
PROCLAMATIONS 
ANNOUNCEMENTS 

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A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C005-2000 


Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the Agenda for the January 17, 2000 Regular Council Meeting be approved as amended: 
To Delete: 


E3. Delegations, re: ST. MARGUERITE D’ YOUVILLE SCHOOL — OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS (File P26S28). 


1. Mr. Arthur Peters, Separate School Trustee, Brampton East 
Mr. Noel Martin, Chair of the St. Marguerite d’ Youville School 


To Add: 
Committee of the Whole — Community Services Committee 


G3-4 Report from K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning, Development and Park Operations 
dated January 12, 2000, re: HERITAGE THEATRE (File F61). 


By-Law 
10-2000 To authorize the execution of a lease with Sun Glory Co. Limited 


CARRIED 


B. CONFLICT OF INTEREST - nil 
C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
Cl. REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING - December 13, 1999 
C005-2000 Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 
That the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting of December 13, 1999 to the Council Meeting of 
January 17, 2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 
C2. SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING - January 10, 2000 
C006-2000 Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 
That the minutes of the Special Council Meeting held January 10, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
January 17, 2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 
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D. CONSENT MOTION 


C008-2000 


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Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 


That Council hereby approved 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: 


That the report from John Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated January 5, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: DRAFT APPROVED PLAN OF 
SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW — 
FANSHORE INVESTMENTS INC. (File C2W13.1 and 21T-98037B) be received; and 


That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement approved by the City Solicitor; 
and all other documents approved by the City Solicitor required to implement the provisions of 
the subdivision agreement 


That By-law 2-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended; 
and, 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


That the report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Real Estate Services, Legal Services, dated 
January 10, 2000 to the Council Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: RELEASE AND 
ABANDOMENT OF HYDRO EASEMENT - PART OF BLOCK 190, PLAN 43M-1232 
AND PART OF GOLDEN EAGLE ROAD DESIGNATED AS PARTS 1, 2 AND 3 ON 
PLAN 43R-21902 (File X00) be received; and 


That By-law 3-2000 be enacted to declare surplus and authorize the execution of a release and 
abandonment of Hydro Easement over Part of Block 190, Plan 43M-1232 and part of Golden 
Eagle Road designated as Parts 1, 2 and 3 on Plan 43R-21902. 


That the report from R. D. Glover, Traffic Superintendent, Works and Transportation, dated 
January 4, 2000 to the Council Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: GENERAL TRAFFIC BY- 
LAW 93-93, AS AMENDED HOUSEKEEPING UPDATE (File G02) be received; and 


That Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended be further amended with the inclusion of 35 Kingknoll 
Drive and 545 Steeles Avenue East as fire routes; and 


That Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended be further amended with the inclusion of a definition for 
“elbow curve” and “tangent”. 


That the correspondence from Ms. Lynn Morrow, Executive Director, Greater Toronto Services 
Board, dated December 13, 1999 to the Council Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: GREATER 
TORONTO SERVICES BOARD TRANSPORTATION FUNDING WORKSHOP 
PROCEEDINGS (File G10) be received. 


That the correspondence from Ms. Donna Northeast, Chair, William Osler Health Centre, 
Brampton Memorial Hospital Campus, dated December 13, 1999 to the Council Meeting of 


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January 17, 2000, re: UPGRADING OF HEALTH CARE FACILITIES (File P10) be 
received. 


That the report from A. Livingston, Acting Manager, Purchasing and Materials Management, 
Corporate Services dated January 10, 2000 to the Council Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: 
PROFESSOR’S LAKE SHORELINE PROTECTION — CONTRACT 99-031 (File F81) be 
received; and 


That Contract 99-031 be awarded to The Ontario Construction Company Limited, at the total 
price of $196,596.98 (One Hundred & Ninety Six Thousand, Five Hundred & Ninety Six Dollars 


& Ninety Eight Cents) being the most responsive and responsible bid received; and 


That the Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, Corporate Services, be authorized to reallocate 
sufficient funds within Capital Project #985080 to cover Contract No. 99-031. 


CARRIED 


PROCLAMATIONS - nil 


ANNOUNCEMENTS - nil 


E. DELEGATIONS 


El. 


Ms. Joyce Wayling, President, Brampton Visually Impaired Bowlers, re: REQUEST FOR 
SPONSORSHIP (File C00) 


Ms. Joyce Wayling appeared to request donations to assist her and her coach to attend the 
International Visually Impaired Bowling Championships in Israel in May 2000. She highlighted 
her bowling achievements and expressed her eagerness of being able to attend this event. 


C009-2000 Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 
That the delegation of Ms. Joyce Wayling, President, Brampton Visually Impaired Bowlers to the 
Council Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR SPONSORSHIP (File C00) be 
received. 

CARRIED 
E 2. Mrs. Jo-Anne Robertson, Chair of the Mayor’s Fundraiser for the Arts, re: PETE’S 

PADDYFEST — MARCH 17, 2000 (File C00). 
The delegation requested to appear at the January 31, 2000 Council Meeting instead. 

F. REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 

* Fl. Report from John Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, re: 
DRAFT APPROVED PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 

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C011-2000 
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ZONING BY-LAW — FANSHORE INVESTMENTS INC. (File C2W13.1 and 21T-98037B) 
(See By-law 2-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C008-2000 


Report from J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services, dated January 7, 2000, re: CALENDAR 
FOR 2000 COUNCIL/COMMITTEE MEETINGS (File G21). 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the report from J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services, dated January 7, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: CALENDAR FOR 2000 COUNCIL/COMMITTEE 
MEETINGS (File G21) be received; and 


That the schedule of meetings as outlined in the report from J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal 
Services, dated January 7, 2000 be approved as amended to change the time of the Community 
Services Committee Meeting on February 9, 2000 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. 


CARRIED 


Report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Real Estate Services, Legal Services, dated January 10, 
2000, re: RELEASE AND ABANDOMENT OF HYDRO EASEMENT - PART OF BLOCK 
190, PLAN 43M-1232 AND PART OF GOLDEN EAGLE ROAD DESIGNATED AS 
PARTS 1, 2 AND 3 ON PLAN 43R-21902 (File X00) (See By-law 3-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C008-2000 


Report from R. D. Glover, Traffic Superintendent, Works and Transportation, dated January 4, 
2000, re: GENERAL TRAFFIC BY-LAW 93-93, AS AMENDED HOUSEKEEPING 
UPDATE (See By-law 4-2000) (File G02). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C008-2000 


Report from D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development, dated January 17, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT: ROYAL CANADIAN GOLF ASSOCIATION (RCGA) 
TRAINING ACADEMY AND GOLF FACILITIES IN THE CLAIRVILLE 
CONSERVATION AREA, NORTH OF REGIONAL ROAD 107 (File G25). 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the report from D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development, dated January 17, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: INFORMATION REPORT: ROYAL 
CANADIAN GOLF ASSOCIATION (RCGA) TRAINING ACADEMY AND GOLF 
FACILITIES IN THE CLAIREVILLE CONSERVATION AREA, NORTH OF 
REGIONAL ROAD 107 (File G25) be received; and 


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That Brampton City Council continue to support the Royal Canadian Golf Association in their 
proposal to bring a National Golf Academy to the Claireville Conservation Area north of Regional 
Road 107; and 

That The Director of Economic Development, the Director of Parks Development (with the 
guidance of the City Manager and the Commissioner of Community Services) be granted the 
authority to work actively with the Toronto Region Conservation Authority staff, the Royal 
Canadian Golf Association staff and their consultants on the terms of reference for a feasibility 
study; and 


That ongoing reporting of this project occur in consultation with the City Council representatives 
on the Toronto Region Conservation Authority Board and the Mayor of Brampton and formal 


staff reporting occur through the Planning and Building Committee of Council. 


CARRIED 


G. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE 


Gl. 


ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE 
- Regional Councillor Miles, Chair 


G1-1 Correspondence from Ms. Heather Picken, President, Brampton Board of Trade, dated 
December 22, 1999, re: BRAMPTON GOVERNANCE RESTRUCTURING (File 
A20/G27). 


CW001-2000 That the correspondence from Ms. Heather Picken, President, Brampton Board of Trade, 


2000 01 17 


dated December 22, 1999 to the Committee of the Whole Meeting of January 17, 2000, 
re: BRAMPTON GOVERNANCE RESTRUCTURING (File A20/G27) be received. 


CARRIED 


G1-2 City Councillor Cowie, re: BRAMPTON GOVERNANCE RESTRUCTURING 
(File A20/G27). 


Council initially discussed the proposed recommendations of City Councillor Cowie and 
Regional Councillor Miles. 


City Councillor Cowie and Regional Councillor Miles advised that Brampton Council 
should provide its constituents as well as the Provincial Government with a decision on 
the type of governance that they feel which would benefit the City of Brampton. 


Council then discussed the proposed recommendations at this time. 


Mayor Robertson provided highlights with regards to the Discussion Paper — Reforming 
the 905 Municipalities and the Greater Toronto Services Board — Maintaining the 
Momentum — Updated January 17, 2000 and indicated that Brampton could benefit from 
the recommendations within the report. 


Further discussion took place regarding: 

> Restructuring of Council and Ward Boundaries 

> Positive and negative aspects of City of Brampton continuing within a two-tier level 
of government 


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> Positive and negative aspects of City of Brampton as a single tier municipality and 
the possibilities of Brampton to amalgamate with surrounding municipalities 

> Positive and negative aspects of the Discussion Paper — Reforming the 905 
Municipalities and the Greater Toronto Services Board — Maintaining the 
Momentum — Updated January 17, 2000 

> Involving outside agencies to provide suggestions to Council regarding reforms 

> Negative affects of empowering the Greater Toronto Services Board 


Council recessed from 4:00 p.m. to 4:20 p.m. 


CW002-2000 


2000 01 17 


After due consideration the following recommendation was introduced: 

Whereas it is known that Brampton was first settled some 180 or more years ago; and 
Whereas Brampton was incorporated as a village in 1853; and 

Whereas Brampton was established as the County Seat; and 

Whereas Brampton was incorporated as a town in 1873; and 

Whereas Brampton became a City in 1974; and 

Whereas Brampton has a long and rich history of community and growth; and 


Whereas the City of Brampton continues to experience growth and will soon be the third 
largest city in Ontario; and 


Whereas Brampton is a unique diverse community with a population of over 300,000 
that is expected to double in the next twenty years; and 


Whereas the Provincial Government has given strong indication by recent action in other 
communities that government restructuring and the amalgamation of municipalities are 
possibilities that exist in the future of the 905 Area within the Greater Toronto Area 
including the Region of Peel and the City of Brampton; and 


Whereas Brampton wants to ensure that any restructuring of local government has a 
positive benefit to its constituents and that those constituents have a voice in their future; 
and 


Whereas such restructuring has resulted in the creation of municipalities with single 
tiered governments; and 


Whereas the Provincial Government has given other indication that Municipalities, such 
as Brampton, have an opportunity to put forward or to take some steps on their own to 
restructure government; therefore 


BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Council for the City of Brampton formally notify the 
Provincial Government by correspondence of our desire and intention to continue to exist 
as an independent, self governing Municipality as either a two-tier format or as a one-tier 
city; and further 


That the City of Brampton Council will immediately embark on a plan that will: 


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CW003-2000 


2000 01 17 


Downsize government by 2003 

explore single tier versus two tier governance models 

include community consultation with the residential and business community, local 
Provincial Members of Parliament, the Town of Caledon and the Region of Peel 
address realigning ward boundaries 

consider financial implications on assessment and tax payers 

respect its position in the Greater Toronto Area; and 


VV V 


VV V 


Further, that a Committee of Council be established for the above-noted purposes; and 


That this recommendation be circulated to the Region of Durham, City of Oshawa, 
Municipality of Clarington, Town of Ajax, Town of Pickering, Town of Whitby; 
Township of Brock, Township of Scugog, Township of Uxbridge, Region of Halton, 
City of Burlington, Town of Halton Hills, Town of Milton, Town of Oakville, Region of 
York, City of Vaughan, Town of Aurora, Town of Markham, Town of Georgina, Town 
of Richmond Hill, Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville, Town of East Gwillimbury, Town of 
Newmarket, Township of King, City of Mississauga, Town of Caledon and the Region of 
Peel. 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE, THE CITY CLERK NOTED THE MOTION 
“CARRIED” — 15 YEAS, 1 NAY AND 1 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 


Robertson Hunter Fennell 
Begley 
Bissell 
Miles 
Palleschi 
Jeffrey 
Callahan 
DiMarco 
Gibson 
Hutton 
Cowie 
Richards 
Metzak 
Sprovieri 
Hames 
CARRIED 


Correspondence from Mayor Robertson, dated January 12, 2000, re: BRAMPTON 
GOVERNANCE RESTRUCTURING (File A20/G27). 


That the DISCUSSION PAPER — REFORMING THE 905 MUNICIPALITIES 
AND THE GREATER TORONTO SERVICES BOARD — MAINTAINING THE 
MOMENTUM — UPDATED JANUARY 17, 2000 to the Committee of the Whole 
Meeting of January 17, 2000 be received but not endorsed in its entirety; and 


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That the Discussion Paper — Reforming the 905 Municipalities and The Greater Toronto 
Services Board (GTSB) — Maintaining the Momentum — Updated January 17, 2000 be 
referred to the proposed Council Committee that will investigate 


Downsizing government by 2003 

explore single tier versus two tier governance models 

include community consultation with the residential and business community, local 
Provincial Members of Parliament, the Town of Caledon and the Region of Peel 
address realigning ward boundaries 

consider financial implications on assessment and tax payers 

respect its position in the Greater Toronto Area; 


VVV VVWV 


That this recommendation be forwarded to the Region of Durham, City of Oshawa, 
Municipality of Clarington, Town of Ajax, Town of Pickering, Town of Whitby; 
Township of Brock, Township of Scugog, Township of Uxbridge, Region of Halton, 
City of Burlington, Town of Halton Hills, Town of Milton, Town of Oakville, Region of 
York, City of Vaughan, Town of Aurora, Town of Markham, Town of Georgina, Town 
of Richmond Hill, Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville, Town of East Gwillimbury, Town of 
Newmarket, Township of King, City of Mississauga, Town of Caledon and the Region of 
Peel. 

CARRIED 


G2. BY-LAW COMMITTEE - Regional Councillor Bissell, Chair 


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CW004-2000 


2000 01 17 


Correspondence to Mayor Robertson dated December, 1999, re: SMOKE FREE BY- 
LAW 115-99, AS AMENDED AS IT PERTAINS TO DAIMLERCHRYSLER (File 
G02). 


City Councillor Hames advised that she, Regional Councillor Bissell, Mayor Robertson 
visited the DaimlerChrysler Plant and saw their enclosed ventilated smoking areas 
throughout the plant and the only concern was that the air from the smoking areas is 
being circulated throughout the plant instead of being ventilated outside. She also 
advised that the apparently the air changes three times within the plant and that technical 
data has been requested from DaimlerChrysler to show whether or not this ventilation 
complies with the Smoke Free By-law. 


That the correspondence to Mayor Robertson dated December, 1999 to the Council 
Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: SMOKE FREE BY-LAW 115-99, AS AMENDED 
AS IT PERTAINS TO DAIMLERCHRYSLER (File G02) be deferred to the By-law 
Committee Meeting of February 16, 2000 so that it can be discussed with the technical 
report anticipated from Daimler Chrysler regarding whether their air ventilation system 
compliance with the Smoke Free By-law; and 


That the Director of Economic Development request comments for the February 16, 
2000 By-law Committee Meeting from other large industrial companies within the City 
of Brampton relating to their attempts and possible technical difficulties to comply with 
the Smoke Free By-law. 

CARRIED 


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CW005-2000 


G2-3 


CW006-2000 


G2-4 


Correspondence from Mr. John Daly, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated 
December 21, 1999, re: TRANSHELP COMPETITIVE TAXI TENDER 
PROPOSAL (File W05/W90/W91). 


That the correspondence from Mr. John Daly, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, 
dated December 21, 1999 to the Committee of the Whole Meeting of January 17, 2000, 
re: TRANSHELP COMPETITIVE TAXI TENDER PROPOSAL 

(File W05/W90/W91) be received. 


CARRIED 


Correspondence from Mr. Paul A. Hader, 228 Timpson Drive, Aurora, dated November 
18, 1999, re: PERSONAL APPEAL FOR IMMEDIATE IMPLEMENTATION OF 
SAFETY MEASURES FOR HORSEBACK RIDING STABLES AND RIDING 
CAMPS IN THE CITY OF BRAMPTON (File F11). 


That the Correspondence from Mr. Paul A. Hader, 228 Timpson Drive, Aurora, dated 
November 18, 1999 to the Council Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: PERSONAL 
APPEAL FOR IMMEDIATE IMPLEMENTATION OF SAFETY MEASURES 
FOR HORSEBACK RIDING STABLES AND RIDING CAMPS IN THE CITY OF 
BRAMPTON (File F11) be referred to the Commissioner of Legal Services to prepare 
a report for the By-law Committee Meeting of February 16, 2000. 


CARRIED 


Discussion, re: TAXI DRIVER SAFETY PUBLIC MEETING, FEBRUARY 1, 2000 


Regional Councillor Bissell announced that there will be a Public Meeting on February 1, 
2000 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers with regards to Taxi Driver Safety Issues. 


COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE - City Councillor Cowie, Chair 


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Report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services, dated December 24, 1999, re: 
FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES MONTHLY STATISTICS — NOVEMBER, 
1999 (File D05). 


That the report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services, dated December 24, 
1999 to the Committee of the Whole Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: FIRE AND 
EMERGENCY SERVICES MONTHLY STATISTICS — NOVEMBER, 1999 (File 
D05) be received. 


CARRIED 
Report from D. Metzak, R. Peddle, Millennium Committee Co-Chairs and Harriet 
McLoughlin, Project Manager Millennium Committee, dated December 15, 1999, re: 


MILLENNIUM COMMITTEE EXECUTIVE REPORT —- DECEMBER 
PROMOTIONS STATUS REPORT (File C20/R51). 


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CW008-2000 


CW009-2000 


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City Councillor Metzak, on behalf of the Committee, thanked the staff who helped make 
the New Year’s Eve celebrations a success. 


City Councillor Jeffrey, on behalf of the Committee thanked the organizers of the New 
Years Levy. 


That the report from D. Metzak, R. Peddle, Millennium Committee Co-Chairs and 
Harriet McLoughlin, Project Manager Millennium Committee, dated December 15, 1999 
to the Committee of the Whole Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: MILLENNIUM 
COMMITTEE EXECUTIVE REPORT —- DECEMBER PROMOTIONS STATUS 
REPORT (File C20/R51) be received. 

CARRIED 


Report from D. Metzak, R. Peddle, Millennium Committee Co-Chairs and Harriet 
McLoughlin, Project Manager Millennium Committee, dated December 15, 1999, re: 
MILLENNIUM COMMITTEE EXECUTIVE REPORT — DECEMBER EVENTS 
STATUS REPORT (File C20/R51). 


That the report from D. Metzak, R. Peddle, Millennium Committee Co-Chairs and 
Harriet McLoughlin, Project Manager Millennium Committee, dated December 15, 1999 
to the Committee of the Whole Meeting, re: MILLENNIUM COMMITTEE 
EXECUTIVE REPORT — DECEMBER EVENTS STATUS REPORT (File 
C20/R51) be received. 


CARRIED 


Report from K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning, Development and Park Operations 
dated January 12, 2000, re: HERITAGE THEATRE (File F61). 


B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services responded to questions regarding the status and 
proposed design concept of the Heritage Theatre Project and advised that it is proceeding on 
schedule for an anticipated theatre opening in the Fall of 2001. 


L. McCool, City Manager advised that he would like an outside urban design specialist to address 
some of the outstanding urban design issues with regards to this project. 


Regional Councillor Bissell advised that she, Mayor Robertson and City Councillor Gibson have 
discussed the project with the surrounding businesses to request participation in the project with 
regards of the improvement of the facade of their businesses. 


Council recessed from 5:45 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. 


CW010-2000 


2000 01 17 


That the Report from K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning, Development and Park 
Operations dated January 12, 2000 to the Committee of the Whole Meeting of January 17, 2000, 
re: HERITAGE THEATRE (File F61) be received; and 


That Council approve, in principle, the hybrid concept as the preliminary design for the 
development of the theater, conservatory, retail uses, abutting private uses and public right of 
ways as shown on technical drawings: 9946-51.01R, site plan; 9946-A1.00, transfer plan; 9946- 
A1.01, ground floor plan; 9946-A1.02, mezzanine floor plan; 9946-A1-03, balcony floor plan; 


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9946-A1.04, technical level plan; 9946-A4.01, roof plan, subject to receipt of an urban review 
commissioned through the City Manager’s Office; and 


That the City of Brampton receive written confirmation of acceptance of the preliminary hybrid 
design from Market Square (Brampton) Inc. by January 24, 2000; and 


That Market Square (Brampton) Inc. agree to proceed with the building of the retail portion 
simultaneously with the construction of the theatre conservatory; 


That the private use owners abutting the Market Square enter into an agreement to improve their 
facades at the same time as the theatre construction; and 


That staff be authorized to retain a quantity surveyor to finalize the estimated costs associated 
with the project and staff proceed to identify potential sources of financing and report back to 
Council at the January 31, 2000 meeting; and 
That a Project Steering Committee consisting of senior members of staff from Legal Services, 
Works and Transportation, Community Services, Treasury Services and Planning and Building be 
created and names of representatives from each department be submitted at the January 31, 2000 
Council Meeting. 

CARRIED 


Committee of the Whole rose and the recommendations therefrom were dealt with under Item H 1. 


H. COMMITTEE REPORTS 
H1. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE - January 17, 2000 


C013-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the recommendations of the Committee of the Whole Meeting of January 17, 2000, to the 
Council Meeting of January 17, 2000, Recommendations CW001-2000 to CW010-2000 be 
approved. 
CARRIED 
The recommendations were approved as follows: 
CW001-2000 That the correspondence from Ms. Heather Picken, President, Brampton Board of Trade, dated 
December 22, 1999 to the Committee of the Whole Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: 
BRAMPTON GOVERNANCE RESTRUCTURING (File A20/G27) be received. 
CW002-2000 Whereas it is known that Brampton was first settled some 180 or more years ago; and 
Whereas Brampton was incorporated as a village in 1853; and 


Whereas Brampton was established as the County Seat; and 


Whereas Brampton was incorporated as a town in 1873; and 


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CW003-2000 


2000 01 17 


Whereas Brampton became a City in 1974; and 
Whereas Brampton has a long and rich history of community and growth; and 


Whereas the City of Brampton continues to experience growth and will soon be the third largest 
city in Ontario; and 


Whereas Brampton is a unique diverse community with a population of over 300,000 that is 
expected to double in the next twenty years; and 


Whereas the Provincial Government has given strong indication by recent action in other 
communities that government restructuring and the amalgamation of municipalities are 
possibilities that exist in the future of the 905 Area within the Greater Toronto Area including the 
Region of Peel and the City of Brampton; and 


Whereas Brampton wants to ensure that any restructuring of local government has a positive 
benefit to its constituents and that those constituents have a voice in their future; and 


Whereas such restructuring has resulted in the creation of municipalities with single tiered 
governments; and 


Whereas the Provincial Government has given other indication that Municipalities, such as 
Brampton, have an opportunity to put forward or to take some steps on their own to restructure 
government; therefore 


BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Council for the City of Brampton formally notify the Provincial 
Government by correspondence of our desire and intention to continue to exist as an independent, 
self governing Municipality as either a two-tier format or as a one-tier city; and further 


That the City of Brampton Council will immediately embark on a plan that will: 


> Downsize government by 2003 

> explore single tier versus two tier governance models 

> include community consultation with the residential and business community, local 
Provincial Members of Parliament, the Town of Caledon and the Region of Peel 
address realigning ward boundaries 

consider financial implications on assessment and tax payers 

respect its position in the Greater Toronto Area; and 


VV V 


Further, that a Committee of Council be established for the above-noted purposes; and 


That this recommendation be circulated to the Region of Durham, City of Oshawa, Municipality 
of Clarington, Town of Ajax, Town of Pickering, Town of Whitby; Township of Brock, 
Township of Scugog, Township of Uxbridge, Region of Halton, City of Burlington, Town of 
Halton Hills, Town of Milton, Town of Oakville, Region of York, City of Vaughan, Town of 
Aurora, Town of Markham, Town of Georgina, Town of Richmond Hill, Town of Whitchurch- 
Stouffville, Town of East Gwillimbury, Town of Newmarket, Township of King, City of 
Mississauga, Town of Caledon and the Region of Peel. 


That the DISCUSSION PAPER — REFORMING THE 905 MUNICIPALITIES AND THE 
GREATER TORONTO SERVICES BOARD — MAINTAINING THE MOMENTUM — 


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CW004-2000 


CW005-2000 


CW006-2000 


CW007-2000 


CW008-2000 


2000 01 17 


UPDATED JANUARY 17, 2000 to the Committee of the Whole Meeting of January 17, 2000 be 
received but not endorsed in its entirety; and 


That the Discussion Paper — Reforming the 905 Municipalities and The Greater Toronto Services 
Board (GTSB) — Maintaining the Momentum — Updated January 17, 2000 be referred to the 
proposed Council Committee that will investigate 


> Downsizing government by 2003 

> explore single tier versus two tier governance models 

> include community consultation with the residential and business community, local 
Provincial Members of Parliament, the Town of Caledon and the Region of Peel 
address realigning ward boundaries 

consider financial implications on assessment and tax payers 

respect its position in the Greater Toronto Area; 


VV V 


That this recommendation be forwarded to the Region of Durham, City of Oshawa, Municipality 
of Clarington, Town of Ajax, Town of Pickering, Town of Whitby; Township of Brock, 
Township of Scugog, Township of Uxbridge, Region of Halton, City of Burlington, Town of 
Halton Hills, Town of Milton, Town of Oakville, Region of York, City of Vaughan, Town of 
Aurora, Town of Markham, Town of Georgina, Town of Richmond Hill, Town of Whitchurch- 
Stouffville, Town of East Gwillimbury, Town of Newmarket, Township of King, City of 
Mississauga, Town of Caledon and the Region of Peel. 


That the correspondence to Mayor Robertson dated December, 1999 to the Council Meeting of 
January 17, 2000, re: SMOKE FREE BY-LAW 115-99, AS AMENDED AS IT PERTAINS 
TO DAIMLERCHRYSLER (File G02) be deferred to the By-law Committee Meeting of 
February 16, 2000 so that it can be discussed with the technical report anticipated from Daimler 
Chrysler regarding whether their air ventilation system compliance with the Smoke Free By-law; 
and 


That the Director of Economic Development request comments for the February 16, 2000 By-law 
Committee Meeting from other large industrial companies within the City of Brampton relating to 
their attempts and possible technical difficulties to comply with the Smoke Free By-law. 


That the correspondence from Mr. John Daly, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated 
December 21, 1999 to the Committee of the Whole Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: 
TRANSHELP COMPETITIVE TAXI TENDER PROPOSAL (File W05/W90/W91) be 
received. 


That the Correspondence from Mr. Paul A. Hader, 228 Timpson Drive, Aurora, dated November 
18, 1999 to the Council Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: PERSONAL APPEAL FOR 
IMMEDIATE IMPLEMENTATION OF SAFETY MEASURES FOR HORSEBACK 
RIDING STABLES AND RIDING CAMPS IN THE CITY OF BRAMPTON (File F11) be 
referred to the Commissioner of Legal Services to prepare a report for the By-law Committee 
Meeting of February 16, 2000. 


That the report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services, dated December 24, 1999 to the 
Committee of the Whole Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: FIRE AND EMERGENCY 
SERVICES MONTHLY STATISTICS — NOVEMBER, 1999 (File D05) be received. 


That the report from D. Metzak, R. Peddle, Millennium Committee Co-Chairs and Harriet 
McLoughlin, Project Manager Millennium Committee, dated December 15, 1999 to the 


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Committee of the Whole Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: MILLENNIUM COMMITTEE 
EXECUTIVE REPORT — DECEMBER PROMOTIONS STATUS REPORT (File C20/R51) 
be received. 


CW009-2000 That the report from D. Metzak, R. Peddle, Millennium Committee Co-Chairs and Harriet 
McLoughlin, Project Manager Millennium Committee, dated December 15, 1999 to the 
Committee of the Whole Meeting, re: MILLENNIUM COMMITTEE EXECUTIVE REPORT 
— DECEMBER EVENTS STATUS REPORT (File C20/R51) be received. 

CWO010-2000 That the Report from K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning, Development and Park 
Operations dated January 12, 2000 to the Committee of the Whole Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: 
HERITAGE THEATRE (File F61) be received; and 
That Council approve, in principle, the hybrid concept as the preliminary design for the development of the 
theater, conservatory, retail uses, abutting private uses and public right of ways as shown on technical 
drawings: 9946-51.01R, site plan; 9946-A1.00, transfer plan; 9946-A1.01, ground floor plan; 9946-A1.02, 
mezzanine floor plan; 9946-A1-03, balcony floor plan; 9946-A1.04, technical level plan; 9946-A4.01, roof 
plan, subject to receipt of an urban review commissioned through the City Manager’s Office; and 
That the City of Brampton receive written confirmation of acceptance of the preliminary hybrid design 
from Market Square (Brampton) Inc. by January 24, 2000; and 
That Market Square (Brampton) Inc. agree to proceed with the building of the retail portion simultaneously 
with the construction of the theatre conservatory; 
That the private use owners abutting the Market Square enter into an agreement to improve their facades at 
the same time as the theatre construction; and 
That staff be authorized to retain a quantity surveyor to finalize the estimated costs associated with the 
project and staff proceed to identify potential sources of financing and report back to Council at the 
January 31, 2000 meeting; and 
That a Project Steering Committee consisting of senior members of staff from Legal Services, Works and 
Transportation, Community Services, Treasury Services and Planning and Building be created and names 
of representatives from each department be submitted at the January 31, 2000 Council Meeting. 

I. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - nil 

J. CORRESPONDENCE 

* Ji. Correspondence from Ms. Lynn Morrow, Executive Director, Greater Toronto Services Board, 
dated December 13, 1999, re: GREATER TORONTO SERVICES BOARD 
TRANSPORTATION FUNDING WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS (File G10). 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C008-2000 

* J2. Correspondence from Ms. Donna Northeast, Chair, William Osler Health Centre, Brampton 
Memorial Hospital Campus, dated December 13, 1999, re: UPGRADING OF HEALTH CARE 
FACILITIES (File P10). 

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J3. 


C014-2000 


J4. 


C015-2000 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C008-2000 


Correspondence from Ms. Marjory Morden, Clerk, Town of Caledon, dated December 20, 1999, 
re: EXTENSION OF HIGHWAY #427 (File T17). 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 


That correspondence from Ms. Marjory Morden, Clerk, Town of Caledon, dated December 20, 
1999 to the Council Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: EXTENSION OF HIGHWAY #427 
(File T17) be received; and 


Whereas the Town of Caledon is not in favour having the Bolton Arterial route considered for the 
continuation of Highway #427; 


Therefore Be It Resolved that the City of Brampton reaffirm their position that the Highway #427 
extension follow a north-westerly alignment with its alternate destination to Collingwood and 
Blue Mountain area; and 


That the Mayors of the Town of Collingwood, the Town of The Blue Mountains and the Town of 
Wasaga Beach be so notified. 
CARRIED 


Correspondence from Mr. Bob Evans, Executive Director, Canadians for Responsible and Safe 
Highways, dated November 19, 1999, re: RESOLUTION ON IMPACT OF TRUCKING 
POLICIES ON MUNICIPAL ROADS AND SAFTEY (File T35). 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 


That the correspondence from Mr. Bob Evans, Executive Director, Canadians for Responsible and 
Safe Highways, dated November 19, 1999 to the Council Meeting of January 17, 2000, re: 
RESOLUTION ON IMPACT OF TRUCKING POLICIES ON MUNICIPAL ROADS AND 
SAFTEY (File T35) be referred to the Commissioner of Works and Transportation to prepare a 
report for a future Works and Transportation Committee regarding the impact on the City of 
Brampton with regards of the policies outlined in the correspondence from Mr. Bob Evans, 
Executive Director, Canadians for Responsible and Safe Highways dated November 19, 1999 and 
the safety on the highways. 

CARRIED 


K. RESOLUTIONS 


Kl. 


C016-2000 


2000 01 17 


Resolution - TO FEDERATION OF CANADIAN MUNICIPALITIES, RE: URBAN 
TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE (File H10). 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


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Whereas the Federal Government has the authority and has used that authority to tax motor fuels 
and vehicles; and 


Whereas the Federal Government does not currently invest these funds in urban transportation 
infrastructure; and 

Whereas historically municipal high capacity transportation infrastructure has been funded with 
both federal and provincial assistance 1.e. federal railway grade separation funding and from 
federal infrastructure programs; and 


Whereas municipalities across the country are faced with failure of the road network due to 
excessive use of the road system; and 


Whereas in a number of municipalities railway corridors are not be effectively utilized for the 
movement of people and goods; and 


Whereas the capital costs of providing passenger rail services to reduce the excessive use of the 
road system is not an appropriate charge against the property taxes; and 

Whereas the appropriate source of revenue to resolve the transportation problem is from existing 
transportation user taxes, therefore 


Be It Resolved that the Federal and Provincial Governments commit to dedicating a secure and 
sustainable source of funding to this urban transportation infrastructure. 


That this resolution be circulated to municipalities with a population of 50,000 or more, the 
Greater Toronto Area Mayors and Regional Chairs Committee and the Greater Toronto Services 
Board. 

CARRIED 


L. NOTICE OF MOTION - nil 

M. PETITIONS - nil 

N. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS - nil 

O. TENDERS 

. Ol. Report from A. Livingston, Acting Manager, Purchasing and Materials Management, Corporate 
Services, dated January 10, 2000, re: PROFESSOR’S LAKE SHORELINE PROTECTION — 
CONTRACT 99-031 (File F81). 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C008-2000 

P. BY-LAWS 

C017-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 

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2-2000 


3-2000 


4-2000 


5-2000 


6-2000 


7-2000 


8-2000 


9-2000 


That By-laws 2-2000 to 9-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of January 17, 2000, be 
given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 
and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended - DRAFT APPROVED PLAN OF 
SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW — FANSHORE 
INVESTMENTS INC. (File C2W13.1 and 21T-98037B) (See Item F 1). 


To declare a surplus and authorize the execution of a release and abandonment of hydro easement 
(Part of Block 190, Plan 43M-1232 and part of Golden Eagle Road) (See Item F 3). 


To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended — To include 2 new fire routes — 35 Kingknoll Drive 
and 545 Steeles Avenue West and definition changes (See Item F 4) 


To amend Tariff of Fees By-law 85-96, as amended. 


To appoint a Chief Building Official and Inspectors for the Enforcement of the Building Code Act 
and Regulations and to Repeal By-law 185-99 


To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended — Rate of Speed, No Parking and Through Highways 


To establish certain lands as part of Humberwest Parkway — Part Lot 6, Concession 7 N.D. Part 1 
on Plan 43R-21941 and Block 3, 43M-863 


To establish certain lands a part of the public highway system — Part of Lot 9, Concession 2 
W.HLS., Part 2, Plan 43R-22906 and Part of Lot 10, Concession 2 W.H.S., Part 4, Plan 43R-22905 
and Part of Lot 10, Concession 2 W.H.S., Part 1, Plan 43R-23298 


CARRIED 


Q. CLOSED SESSION 


At 6:28 p.m., the following Resolution was passed: 


C018-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 
> aproposed or pending acquisition of land for municipal or local board employees 


CARRIED 


Council moved back into Open Session at 7:15 p.m. 


R. BY-LAWS 


C019-2000 


2000 01 17 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 


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That By-laws 10-2000 and 11-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of January 17, 2000, be 


given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 
and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


10-2000 To authorize the execution of a lease with Sun Glory Co. Limited 
11-2000 To confirm the proceedings for the Regular Council Meeting held on January 17, 2000. 


CARRIED 


S. ADJOURNMENT 


C020-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, January 31, 2000, or at the call of the 
Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 7:20 P.M. ON JANUARY 17, 2000 AT 7:00 P.M. 


2000 01 17 


PETER ROBERTSON, MAYOR 


L. J. MIKULICH, CITY CLERK 


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JANUARY 31, 2000 — 4:15 P.M. 
REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


PRESENT Mayor P. Robertson 


ABSENT 


STAFF PRESENT 


Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley (left at 11:00 p.m.) 
Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 —G. Miles 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi 
City Councillor Ward 1 - B. Hunter 

City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 

City Councillor Ward 3 - B. Callahan 

City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 

City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 

City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton 

City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 

City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards 

City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 

City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 

City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames 


City Councillor Richards — Ward 8 (illness) 


Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 

Mr. R. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 

Ms. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 

Mr. A. D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 
Mr. J. A. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. J. G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 
Mr. P. Caine, Treasurer, Corporate Services 

Mr. V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services 

Mr. L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services 

Mrs. W. Cooke, Legislative Coordiantor, Legal Services 


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CLOSED SESSION 
APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
CONSENT MOTION 
PROCLAMATIONS 
ANNOUNCEMENTS 
DELEGATIONS 

REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 
COMMITTEE REPORTS 
UNFINISHED BUSINESS 
CORRESPONDENCE 
RESOLUTIONS 

NOTICE OF MOTION 
PETITIONS 

OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 
TENDERS 

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At 4:15 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C021-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 
> aproposed or pending acquisition of land for municipal or local board purposes 
> labour relations or employee negotiations 

CARRIED 


Council moved in to Open Session at 7:00 p.m. 


A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C022-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the Agenda for the January 31, 2000 Regular Council Meeting be approved as amended: 
To Delete: 


Fil. Report from John Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated January 19, 
2000, re: HOUSEKEEPING AMENDMENT TO ZONING BY-LAW 204-99 
MATTAMY (CASTLEMORE) LIMITED - RESIDENTIAL PLAN OF 
SUBDIVISION (File C7E14.3 and 21T-98003B) (See By-law 12-2000) 


By-law 12-2000 - To amend By-law 204-99 that amends Comprehensive Zoning By-law 56-83 - 
Housekeeping Amendment - Mattamy (Castlemore) Limited - Residential Plan 
of Subdivision (File C7E14.3 and 21T-98003B) 


To Add: 


E 9. Delegations, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND 
ZONING BY-LAW — MICHAEL S. MANETT PLANNING SERVICES LTD. 
(GARVY AND PATRICIA SAMSON), PART OF THE WEST HALF OF LOT 11, 
CONCESSION 3, E.H.S. — 10081 BRAMALEA ROAD - WARD 10 (File C5E11.14) 
(See Item F1 and By-laws 13-2000 and 14-2000). 

3. Mr. Neil Davis, Davis Webb, Schulze and Moon 


Kl. Notice of Motion, re: PEEL COUNTY GAME AND FISH PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION 


(File P26). 
CARRIED 
B. CONFLICT OF INTEREST -nil 
ran ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
C1. REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING - January 17, 2000 
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C023-2000 Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 
That the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting of January 17, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
January 31, 2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 

CARRIED 

D. CONSENT MOTION 

C024-2000 Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 
That Council hereby approved 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: 

As F5. That the report from H. Coffey, Manager of Taxation, Corporate Services, dated January 24, 2000 
to the Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: 2000 INTERIM BILLING (File F95) be 
received; and 
That By-law 19-2000 To provide for the Levy and Collection of Interim Taxes for the Year 2000 
be enacted. 

* F 6. That the report from J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor, dated January 
26, 2000 to the Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: TO APPOINT A DEPUTY 
TREASURER (File G15) be received; and 
That By-law 20-2000 be enacted to appoint Peter E. Honeyborne, as Deputy Treasurer. 

# 11. That the correspondence from E. C. Wagg, City Clerk, City of Niagara Falls, dated January 21, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — YOUNG OFFENDERS 
ACT (File G00) be received. 

CARRIED 

PROCLAMATIONS 

1. Proclamation — MONTESSORI WEEK - February 21 — 25, 2000 
Ms. Elaine Flett, Principal and Mr. Cecil Hall, Vice-Principal and students of Tall Pines School 
were in attendance to receive the proclamation. 
2: Proclamation — ONTARIO HERITAGE WEEK - February 19 — 25, 2000 
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Ms. Maureen Sim, Co-Chair and Mr. Jim White of the Brampton Heritage Board were in 
attendance to receive the proclamation. They highlighted events that would be taking place 
during the Ontario Heritage Week including the kick-off at the Peel Heritage Complex located at 
9 Wellington Street East. 


Mayor Robertson presented Michael Seaman, a past member of the Brampton Heritage Board a 
certificate from the Ontario Heritage Foundation Recognition Program and highlighted his past 
endeavours with the Brampton Heritage Board. 


ANNOUNCEMENTS 


1. 


C0025-2000 


Report from H. Newlove, Director of Recreation Facilities and Programs, re: CITY EVENTS AT 
THE BRAMPTON CENTRE FOR SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT (File C00) 


Ms. Paula Woodgate and Mr. Alan Gibson announced that the Mayor’s Annual Fundraiser for the 
Arts will be Pete’s Paddyfest, a Celtic celebration at the Brampton Centre for Sports and 
Entertainment on Friday, March 17, 2000. They highlighted the events and displays that will be 
featured including a performance of Natalie McMaster, Fiddler. They indicated that tickets are 
available at the Ticketmaster or the Brampton Centre for Sports and Entertainment. 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the report from H. Newlove, Director of Recreation Facilities and Programs to the Council 
Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: CITY EVENTS AT THE BRAMPTON CENTRE FOR 
SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT (File C00) be received. 

CARRIED 


E. DELEGATIONS 


El. 


C026-2000 


E 2. 


2000 01 31 


Millennium Committee Executive Board, re: INTRODUCTION OF MILLICENT THE 
TECHNO-BUG (File C20/R51). 


City Councillor Metzak, Mr. Roger Peddle, Co-Chairs of the Millennium Committee and Ms. 
Harriet McLoughlin, Project Manager of the Millennium Committee introduced Brampton’s 
Millennium Mascot Millicent the Techno-Bug. They advised that she will be at various City 
Events throughout the Year and can be booked to appear at other various Community Events by 
contacting Ms. McLoughlin at (905) 874-2618 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the delegation of the Millenntum Committee Executive Board to the Council Meeting of 
January 31, 2000, re: INTRODUCTION OF MILLICENT THE TECHNO-BUG (File 
C20/R51) be received. 

CARRIED 


Cheque presentation from the Glasgow Celtic Club and Donnelly’s Pub to the Children’s Aid 
Society Fantasy Auction (File C00). 


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Mr. Tom Donnelly of the Glasgow Celtic Club and Mr. Tony Donnelly from Donnelly’s Pub, 
Brampton appeared to present a cheque of $4000.00 Children’s Aid Society Fantasy Auction. 


C027-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Begley 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the delegations of Mr. Tom Donnelly of the Glasgow Celtic Club and Mr. Tony Donnelly 
from Donnelly’s Pub, Brampton to the Council Meeting of January 31, 2000 be received. 


CARRIED 


E 3. B. Hay, Manager of Parks Operations, Recreation Planning, Development, Community Services, 
re: APPRECIATION OF VOLUNTEER WORK BY MR. GERALD STEWART IN 
CRAWLEY PARK (File C00) 


B. Hay, Manager of Parks Operations, Recreation Planning and Development, Community 
Services and Regional Councillor Begley on behalf of City Councillor Richards recognized Mr. 
Gerald Stewart by presenting him with a plaque in appreciation of his efforts for cleaning up and 
pruning trees along the watercourse in Crawley Park. 


C028-2000 Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the delegation of B. Hay, Manager of Parks Operations, Recreation Planning and 
Development, Community Services to the Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: 
APPRECIATION OF VOLUNTEER WORK BY MR. GERALD STEWART IN 
CRAWLEY PARK be received; and 


That Mr. Gerald Stewart be thanked for all his efforts. 
CARRIED 


E 4. Members of the Brampton Rotary Club, re: EASTER SEALS SKATE-A-THON (File C00). 


Ii, Mr. John Mullen, President, Brampton Rotary Club 

2: Mr. John Lomax, Vice President, Brampton Rotary Club 

3. Mr. Chuck Lee, Chair, Brampton Easter Seals Committee, Brampton Rotary Club 
4. Mr. Jerome Dawson, Director Community Services, Brampton Rotary Club 


Mr. John Mullen, President of the Brampton Rotary Club together with fellow members Mr. John 
Lomax, Mr. Chuck Lee and Mr. Jerome Dawson highlighted various events that the Brampton 
Rotary Club sponsors for Easter Seals including the Easter Seals Skate-A-Thon which will be held 
on February 13, 2000 in Gage Park. They introduced their Easter Seals Timmy (Peter Wakeland) 
and Tammy (Amanda Redniki). 


C029-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the delegation of the Members of the Brampton Rotary Club to the Council Meeting of 
January 31,2000, re: EASTER SEALS SKATE-A-THON (File C00) be received 

1. Mr. John Mullen, President, Brampton Rotary Club 

2. Mr. John Lomax, Vice-President, Brampton Rotary Club 


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3. Mr. Chuck Lee, Chair, Brampton Easter Seals Committee, Brampton Rotary Club 
4. Mr. Jerome Dawson, Director, Community Services 


CARRIED 


Mr. Richard Prouse, Chair, Brampton Downtown Business Association, re: BRAMPTON 
DOWNTOWN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION 1999 ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND 2000 
BUDGET PRESENTATION (File G10). 


Mr. Richard Prouse, Chair, Brampton Downtown Business Association presented their 2000 
Budget and achievements from 1999 including: 
Major Initiatives impacting Downtown Brampton 
Parking/Marketing Partnership 

Ambassador Program 

Special Projects and Garbage Collection 
Downtown Lighting Initiatives 

Decorative Street Lighting 

Major Events 

Concerts at the Park 

Annual General Meeting 


VVVVVVVV V 


Recommendation EC003-2000 was extracted from the January 24, 2000 Economic Development 
Committee Minutes and dealt with at this time. 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the delegation of Mr. Richard Prouse, Chair, Brampton Downtown Business Association to 
the Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: BRAMPTON DOWNTOWN BUSINESS 
ASSOCIATION 1999 ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND 2000 BUDGET PRESENTATION (File 
G10) be received; and 


That the delegations of P. Honeyborne, Treasurer, Brampton Downtown Business Association, 
and B. Unsworth, Executive Director, Brampton Downtown Business Association, to the 
Economic Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000, re: BRAMPTON 
DOWNTOWN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION 2000 BUDGET (File G10) be received; and, 


That the MINUTES OF THE BRAMPTON DOWNTOWN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION 
BOARD OF MANAGEMENT MEETING OF NOVEMBER 30, 1999 (File G25/G10), to the 
Economic Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000, be received; and, 


That the BRAMPTON DOWNTOWN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION 2000 BUDGET (File 
G10), as detailed in the minutes of the Brampton Downtown Business Association Board of 
Management Meeting of November 30, 1999, be approved. 

CARRIED 


Members of the City of Brampton United Way Committee, re: CITY OF BRAMPTON 1999 
UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN (File A24) (See Item F 3). 


Members of the City of Brampton United Way Committee highlighted the fundraising events that 
occurred during the 1999 United Way Campaign. They advised that the City of Brampton 


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Campaign was the only municipality nominated for the Outstanding Employee Contribution 
Recognition Award through the United Way for the City of Brampton’s fundraising efforts. The 
Committee presented Mr. Ralph Blaney, Chief Administrative Officer of the United Way with a 
cheque for $25,390.19 on behalf of the 1999 City of Brampton United Way Campaign. 


Item F3 was brought forward and dealt with at this time. 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the delegation of the Members of the City of Brampton United Way Committee to the 
Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: CITY OF BRAMPTON 1999 UNITED WAY 
CAMPAIGN (File A24) be received; and 


That the report from M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services, dated January 21, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: CITY OF BRAMPTON 1999 UNITED WAY 
CAMPAIGN (File A24) be received; and 


That the City Council, Management Team and Staff be thanked for their individual contributions 
to the success of the 1999 campaign. 
CARRIED 


Delegations re: ST. MARGUERITE D’ YOUVILLE SECONDARY SCHOOL (File P26S-28) 
(See Planning and Building Committee Meeting Recommendations PB004-2000 to PB008-2000 
from January 24, 2000). 


1. Mr. Bob Hooshley, Metrus Development Inc. 

2: Mr. Bob Hooshley, Metrus Development Inc on behalf of Mr. Steve Kaiser of Urban 
Development Institute. 

3. Mr. Ted Blowes, former Mayor of Stratford, Ontario 

4. Mr. Arthur Peters, Trustee for Brampton East, Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School 
Board 

5. Mr. David Phillips, Our Lady of Providence Catholic School Council 

6. Mayor Robertson 


Mr. Bob Hooshley, Metrus Development Inc. who also spoke on behalf of Mr. Steve Kaiser of 
Urban Development Institute highlighted the benefits and advised of the concerns with regards to 
the developing of a multi use school campus in the Springdale area. Mr. Hooshley suggested 
instead of a public meeting with regards to a proposed location for a multi-use school campus to 
send a survey out to the area residents to obtain their opinion and concerns. He advised that 
choosing a location within Springdale for a campus should be done soon, because it will effect 
other proposed facilities that are anticipated to be located in the effected areas. He provided 
drawings that displayed other multi-use facilities that are located in surrounding municipalities. 


Mr. Ted Blowes, former Mayor of Stratford, Ontario highlighted and responded to questions with 
regards to the benefits that the multi-use school campus has brought to Stratford, Ontario. 


Mr. Arthur Peters advised that the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board passed a 
resolution to set up a Committee to investigate the possibility of their School Board participating 
in a multi-use campus and he also responded to questions with regards to the issues that the 
Committee will research. 


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Mr. David Phillips, Our Lady of Providence Catholic School Council inquired to the location of 
the next proposed recreation centre in the Springdale Area. B. Cranch, Commissioner of 
Community Services advised that the location had not yet been determined. 


City Councillor Metzak assumed the Chair so that Mayor Robertson could make a presentation as a 
delegation to Council. 


C032-2000 


Mayor Robertson highlighted the financial and technical benefits that a multi-use school campus 
could bring to Brampton. He presented documentation that shows support from various agencies 
for a multi-use school campus being located in Brampton, specifically in the Springdale Area. He 
responded to questions with regards to his presentation. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the delegations to the Council Meeting of January 31, 2000 re: ST. MARGUERITE 
D’YOUVILLE SECONDARY SCHOOL (FileP26S-26) be received; and 


1: Mr. Bob Hooshley, Metrus Development Inc. 

2: Mr. Bob Hooshley, Metrus Development Inc on behalf of Mr. Steve Kaiser of Urban 
Development Institute. 

3. Mr. Ted Blowes, former Mayor of Stratford, Ontario 

4. Mr. Arthur Peters, Mr. Arthur Peters, Trustee for Brampton East, Dufferin-Peel Catholic 
District School Board 

5. Mr. David Phillips, Our Lady of Providence Catholic School Council 

6. Mayor Robertson 


That the City of Brampton, having regard to the two motions in the Planning and Building 
Committee Minutes of January 24, 2000, and having regard to the Planning Act, Part 2 Provincial 
Interest, states that Council shall have regard to: 


(1) adequate provision and distribution of educational, health, social, cultural and 
recreational facilities; 

(11) the coordination of planning public bodies; 

(ili) the resolution of planning conflicts involving public and private interests 


Therefore Be It Resolved that the Planning staff proceed to re-zone the stand-alone site for the 
Separate School Board located on Dixie Road; and 


That the staff of our Community Services Department hold meetings to start in the month of 
February, 2000 with the Peel Board of Education, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School 
Board, the Brampton Library, the Ministry of Education, Province of Ontario, the Peel Regional 
Police Department and the Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design), a representative of 
the Springdale Development Group and representative from the Springdale School Parent 
Councils and involvement of His Excellency Bishop John Knight, Western Region of Toronto, to 
explore the potential of a joint community facility at a Springdale site and report back to Council 
in the fastest possible time. 


CARRIED 


Mayor Robertson reassumed the Chair. 


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Delegations re: PROPOSED MOSQUE — SUNFOREST DRIVE & HIGHWAY #7 —WARD 2 
(File CLE11.14) (See Planning and Building Committee Meeting Recommendations PB011—2000 
and PB012-2000 from January 24, 2000). 

1. Mr. Mr. M. A. Qazi, 

Mr. M. Ali 

Mr. A. Mohamed 

Mr. S. Bacchus 

Mr. W. Cofiant, 23 Cashel Street 

Mr. L. Cedrone, 12 Cashel Street 

Ms. Frances DiPetro on behalf of Mr. A. Florio, 48 Cashel Street 


TLD AE ON 


Mr. Khan, a representative for the Mosque delegates advised that he had visited sites with City 
Councillor Jeffrey and Regional Councillor Palleschi that could potentially accommodate their 
church. City Councillor Jeffrey advised that she had a developer that was possibly interested in 
building a townhouse complex on the present site for the proposed mosque at Sunforest Drive and 
Highway 7. 


Mr. Khan indicated stipulations that the mosque would like to request before proceeding with the 
proposed relocation. City Councillor Jeffrey advised that the proposed stipulations could be 
discussed with staff. 


Item H 3 and Planning and Building Recommendation PB012-2000 extracted from January 24, 
2000 Meeting Minutes were dealt with at this time. 


Moved by City Councillor Jeffrey 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the application to amend the zoning by-law to remove the Holding (H) Symbol by Qazi 
Municipal Engineering and Computer Modelling Limited be deferred to the March 8, 2000 
Council Meeting which will allow a full and complete examination of the potential for re- 
development of the site and give members of the mosque adequate time to evaluate the potential 
sites; and 


That the following Planning and Building Recommendation PB012-2000 from January 24, 2000 
be deferred to the Council Meeting of March 8, 2000 


“That the following recommendation be forward to City Council on January 31, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED MOSQUE - SUNFOREST DRIVE & HWY 7 - WARD 2 (File C1E11.14): 


That the application to amend the Zoning By-law (removal of the Holding (H) Symbol) for Qazi 
Municipal Engineering & Computer Modelling Ltd.; and 


That Planning Committee recommend to City Council that the application be granted and staff 
instructed to proceed to prepare the necessary documents for Council approval; and 


That the site plan of the proposed Mosque make provision for a potential access from Highway 7 
in the event that the highway is transferred to municipal jurisdiction.” 


That the delegations to the Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: PROPOSED MOSQUE — 
SUNFOREST DRIVE & HIGHWAY #7 —WARD 2 (File C1E11.14)be received; and 


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1. Mr. M. A. Qazi, Qazi Municipal Engineering & Computer Modeling Limited, Consulting 
Engineers 
Mr. M. Ali 


Mr. A. Mohamed 

Mr. S. Bacchus 

Mr. W. Cofiant, 23 Cashel Street 

Mr. L. Cedrone, 12 Cashel Street 

Ms. Frances DiPetro on behalf of Mr. A. Florio, 48 Cashel Street 


SALON SB G2 te. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated January 28, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT —- APPLICATION TO 
REMOVE A HOLDING (BH) BY QAZI MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER 
MODELING LIMITED TO PERMIT A PLACE OF WORSHIP (A MOSQUE) (File C10E11.14) be 
received. 

CARRIED 


Delegations, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY- 
LAW — MICHAEL S. MANETT PLANNING SERVICES LTD. (GARVY AND PATRICIA 
SAMSON), PART OF THE WEST HALF OF LOT 11, CONCESSION 3, E.H.S. — 10081 
BRAMALEA ROAD - WARD 10 (File CSE11.14) (See Item F2 and By-laws 13-2000 and 14- 
2000). 

1. Mr. Mike Manett, Micheal S. Manett Planning Services Limited 

2. Mr. Ira Kagan, Kagan Zucker, Feldbloom and Shastri 

3. Mr. Neil Davis, Davis Webb, Schulze and Moon 


After discussion with the Planning and Building Department Staff an amendment was made to the 
proposed amending zoning by-law and the above delegations concurred with the amendment and 
had no further concerns to address to Council. 


Item F 2 was brought forward and dealt with at this time. 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated January 20, 2000 
to the Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — MICHAEL S. MANETT PLANNING 
SERVICES LTD. (GARVY AND PATRICIA SAMSON), PART OF THE WEST HALF OF 
LOT 11, CONCESSION 3, E.H.S. — 10081 BRAMALEA ROAD - WARD 10 (File C5E11.14) 
be received; and 


That City Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the development agreement; and 
That By-law 13-2000 be passed to adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-129; and, 


That By-law 14-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88 as amended 
under Section 1025.1.2 (8) to read: 


“a maximum of fifty (50) percent of gross floor area shall be permitted for any one, or a 


combination of, a pharmacy, a medical retail establishment, a medical laboratory, a health 
centre or a physician’s, dentist’s or drugless practitioner’s office” 


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That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


CARRIED 


F. REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


Fl. 


F 2. 


F 3. 


F 4. 


C035-2000 


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Report from John Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated January 19, 2000, re: 
HOUSEKEEPING AMENDMENT TO ZONING BY-LAW 204-99 MATTAMY 
(CASTLEMORE) LIMITED - RESIDENTIAL PLAN OF SUBDIVISION (File C7E14.3 and 
21T-98003B). 


DELETED UNDER APPROVAL OF AGENDA, ITEM A, RESOLUTION C022-2000 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated January 20, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW -— 
MICHAEL S. MANETT PLANNING SERVICES LTD. (GARVY AND PATRICIA 
SAMSON), PART OF THE WEST HALF OF LOT 11, CONCESSION 3, E.H.S. — 10081 
BRAMALEA ROAD - WARD 10 (File C5E11.14) (See By-laws 12-2000 and 13-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E9 RESOLUTION C036-2000 


Report from M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services, dated January 21, 2000, re: CITY 
OF BRAMPTON 1999 UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN (File A24) (See Item E 6). 


DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E6 RESOLUTION C031-2000 


Report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services, re: SMOKE ALARMS (File D05). 


V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services advised of the type of Smoke Alarms that residents 
should purchase for their home. He also advised that the Fire and Emergency Services Division 
will be circulating a fact sheet relating to the Smoke Alarm and Fire Safety. 


Regional Councillor Begley requested that the information with regards to the services that the 
Fire and Emergency Services Division provides to senior citizens such as assisting them with 
installation and testing of their smoke alarms should be included on the Fact Sheet. 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services dated January 24, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of January 31, 2000 re: SMOKE ALARMS (File D05) be received; and 


That the Fire Chief issue a letter to the editor of the Brampton Guardian commenting on Smoke 
Alarms and Fire Safety; and 


That the Fire and Emergency Services Division distribute a fact sheet relating to Smoke Alarm 


and Fire Safety Recommendations. 
CARRIED 


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* F 5. Report from H. Coffey, Manager of Taxation, Corporate Services, dated January 24, 2000, re: 
2000 INTERIM BILLING (File F95) (See By-law 18-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C024-2000 


* F 6. Report from J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor, dated January 26, 
2000, re: TO APPOINT A DEPUTY TREASURER (File G15) (See By-law 20-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C024-2000 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 
Gl. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE -— January 24, 2000 


C038-2000 Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the Minutes of the Economic Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of January 31, 2000, Recommendations EC001-2000 to EC014-2000, be approved as amended to 
show City Councillor Gibson as being present at the Meeting; and 


That recommendation EC003-2000 be deleted as it was extracted and dealt with Under Item E 4, 
Resolution C030-2000. 


CARRIED 
The recommendations were approved as follows: 


EC001-2000 That the Agenda for the Economic Development Committee Meeting dated January 24, 2000 be 
approved, as amended, to add: 


C2. P. Honeyborne, Treasurer, Brampton Downtown Business Association, and B. 
Unsworth, Executive Director, Brampton Downtown Business Association, re: 
BRAMPTON DOWNTOWN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION 2000 BUDGET (File 
G10). 


EC002-2000 That the delegations of Ms. Chantal Ramsay, Manager of Business Immigration, Ontario Ministry 
of Economic Development and Trade, and Mr. Chyang Wen, Senior Business Consultant, 
Business Immigration, Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, to the Economic 
Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000, re: UPDATE OF THE ONTARIO 
MINISTRY OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TRADE BUSINESS 
IMMIGRATION PROGRAM (File M43) be received. 


EC004-2000 That the report from D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development, dated January 24, 2000, to 


the Economic Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000, re: POLICY REPORT: 
SISTER CITY AGREEMENT PROTOCOL (File G25) be received; and, 


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EC005-2000 


EC006-2000 


EC007-2000 


EC008-2000 


EC009-2000 


EC010-2000 


EC011-2000 


2000 01 31 


That the Sister City Agreement Protocol, as described in the aforementioned report, be adopted as 
a policy guideline and a step-by-step process for the Brampton Economic Development Office in 
managing requests from international cities; and, 


That an Ad-Hoc Committee be established to review all economic development-related Sister City 
requests from international cities; and, 


That this Ad-Hoc Committee be chaired by the Chair of the Economic Development Committee, 
and the staff liaison be the Director of Economic Development. 


That the report from D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development, dated December 6, 1999, to 
the Economic Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000, re: ANNUAL REPORT — 
BRAMPTON FARMERS’ MARKET (File G25) be received; and, 


That the Economic Development Office be instructed to plan, organize, and implement the 2000 
Brampton Farmers’ Market, with the guidance of the Market Steering Committee; and, 


That the 2000 Brampton Farmers’ Market be located on Main Street North, between Queen Street 
and Nelson Street, with the view of overflowing the event into the new “Central” square when it is 
completed in 2001. 


That the report from N. Lingard, Industrial Development Officer, Economic Development, dated 
January 7, 2000, to the Economic Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000, re: 
NORTHERN IRELAND STRATEGIC BUSINESS ALLIANCE MISSION: WRAP-UP (File 
G25) be received. 


That the report from S. Wilcox, Economic Development Advisor - Marketing, dated January 17, 
2000, to the Economic Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000, re: TOURISM 
SECTOR SUB-COMMITTEE (File G25) be received; and, 


That the matter of the development of two tourism brochures, that have private sector funding, 
one on Brampton’s top 10 or 20 restaurants and entertainment centres; and the other on 
Brampton’s golf courses, water park, heritage complex, museums, art galleries, and dates and 
descriptions of major festivals be referred to the Tourism Sector Sub-Committee for study and 
discussion. 


That the report from S. Wilcox, Commercial Development Officer, Economic Development, dated 
December 10, 1999, to the Economic Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000, re: 
CONSTRUCT CANADA TRADE SHOW (File G25) be received. 


That the verbal report from D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development, to the Economic 
Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000, re: INFORMATION REQUEST FROM 
BRAMPTON BOARD OF TRADE’S PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE RE: SITHE INC. 
(POWER GENERATION PLANT) (File G10) be received. 


That the report from D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development, dated January 24, 2000, to 
the Economic Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000, re: CORPORATE 
CALLING SCHEDULE FOR FEBRUARY 2000 (File M43) be received. 


That the MINUTES OF THE BRAMPTON DOWNTOWN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION 


BOARD OF MANAGEMENT MEETING OF NOVEMBER 2, 1999 (File G25/G10), to the 
Economic Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000, be received. 


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EC012-2000 


EC013-2000 


EC014-2000 


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C037-2000 


PBO001-2000 


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That the MINUTES OF THE BRAMPTON DEVELOPMENT TEAM MEETING OF 
JANUARY 12, 2000, to the Economic Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000, be 
received. 


That the correspondence from Mr. John Lomax, Association of Business Financial Institutions’ 
Representative, Economic Development Committee, dated December 10, 1999, to the Economic 
Development Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000, re: NEW REPRESENTATIVE OF THE 
ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS ON THE ECONOMIC 
DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (File G24) be received; and, 


That Mr. Jim Carey be accepted as the Association of Business Financial Institution’s 


representative on the Economic Development Committee, for the remainder of the term expiring 
on November 30, 2000. 


That the Economic Development Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, February 
28, 2000, at 12:00 noon, or at the call of the Chair. 


PLANNING AND BUILDING COMMITTEE MEETING — January 24, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the Minutes of the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of January 24, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of January 31, 2000, Recommendations PB001-2000 to PB029-2000, be approved as amended to 
show Regional Councillor Bissell and City Councillor Hunter to be on Other Municipal Business; and 


That under Item D1 paragraph 3 be amended to read; and 


“Committee was informed that the Municipality of Halton Hills is proceeding with studies for a possible 
by-pass for Highway 7 around Norval and the City of Brampton is participating in these studies 


That the following direction be given to staff to ensure that the proposed intersection of Sideroad #10 and 
the proposed Bramwest Parkway are considered in the proposed Highway 7/Norval By-Pass Study.” 


That recommendations PB006-2000 and PB007-2000 be deleted as they were dealt with under Item E 7, 
Council Resolution C032-2000; and 


That recommendation PB012-2000 be deleted as it was extracted and dealt with under Item E 8, Council 
Resolution C033-2000. 
CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Planning & Building Committee Meeting dated January 24, 2000, be 
approved as amended to add: 


D1. Delegation of Mr. John Staines re: UPSCALE EXECUTIVE HOUSING STUDY: 
DENSITY AND IMPLEMENTATION REFINEMENTS (File PO3EX/P250V). 


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D2A. Delegations re: CONSIDERATION OF POLICY ISSUE: DUAL HIGH 
SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTRE CAMPUS VERSUS STAND- 
ALONE HIGH SCHOOL SITES - WARD 10 (File P26S-28). 


A. Ms. Susan Vecchi, , Our Lady of Providence Catholic School Council 
5. Mr. Bob Hooshley, Metrus Development 


D 2B. Correspondence from Daniel J. Parr, Principal, St. Michael Catholic Secondary School, 
Stratford, Ontario, dated January 20, 2000, re: DUAL HIGH 
SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTRE CAMPUS VERSUS STAND- 
ALONE HIGH SCHOOL SITES (File P26S-28). 


D3. Delegations re: CENTRAL AREA COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN: 
DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE GRANTS (File P75CE)(See Item E1). 


Mr. Bob Jarvis, Keyser Mason Ball 

Mr. Michael Gagnon, Gagnon Law Bozzo Urban Planners 
Mr. Colin Chung, Gagnon Law Bozzo Urban Planners 
Mr. Rick Pottens, Brookstone Homes 


PN 


D4A. Delegations re: PROPOSED MOSQUE - SUNFOREST DRIVE & HWY 7 - 
WARD 2 (File C1E11.14). 


1. Mr. M. Qazi, Qazi Municipal Engineering & Computer Modelling Ltd. 
2. Mr. A. Florio, 48 Cashel Street 

3. Mr. W. Confiant, 23 Cashel Street 

4. Mr. M. Ali 

5. Mr. A. Mohamed 

6. Mr. Bacchus 


D 4B. Correspondence from Mr. A. Beyerle, 57 Sunforest Drive, dated January 24, 2000, re: : 
PROPOSED MOSQUE - SUNFOREST DRIVE & HWY 7 - WARD 2 (File 
C1E11.14). 


F 1B. Correspondence from M. Virginia MacLean, Cassels Brock & Blackwell, dated January 
24, 2000, re: PUBLIC MEETING REPORT - DEVELOPMENTS ALONG 
HIGHWAY 407 (File P45GE-1). 


GS. Update re: 18 KARAT SUBDIVISION (File C5E11.10) 


That the delegations to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: 
UPSCALE EXECUTIVE HOUSING STUDY: DENSITY AND IMPLEMENTATION 
REFINEMENTS (File PO3EX/P250V) be received: 


1. Mr. John Van Nostrand 
2: Mr. John Staines 


That the report from A. Smith, Policy Planner, and B. Winterhalt, Director, Planning Policy and 
Research, dated January 17, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of January 
24, 2000, re: PUBLIC MEETING REPORT - UPSCALE EXECUTIVE HOUSING 
STUDY (File PO3EX/P250V) be received; and, 


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PB005-2000 


PB008-2000 


PB009-2000 


PBO10-2000 


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That the draft Official Plan Amendment attached as Appendix B to the staff report dated January 
17, 2000, which incorporates the upscale executive housing standards, criteria, designations and 
policies endorsed by Council on November 22, 1999, as well as modifications and refinements to 
reflect further input and staff consideration, be adopted. 

That the Region of Peel be requested to defer the final approval of that portion of the draft Official 
Plan Amendment attached as Appendix B to the staff report dated January 17, 2000, as it applies 
to the lands located west of The Gore Road, south of Princess Andrea Drive (owned by 
Livingston, 1262120 Ontario Limited, 903287 Ontario Limited in Trust, and Ferbram Holdings) 
to allow the area landowners to put forward a revised development plan for the area that meets the 
upscale executive housing objectives to the satisfaction of the City of Brampton. 


That Planning staff be directed to revise the draft Official Plan Amendment to include both sides 
of the collector road which will run parallel to the Credit River Valley within the Upscale 
Executive Housing Special Policy Area for the Bram West Secondary Plan, prior to forwarding 
the draft Amendment to Council. 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 


> the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor/client privilege including 
communications necessary for that purpose. 


That the delegations, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: 
CONSIDERATION OF POLICY ISSUE: DUAL HIGH SCHOOL/COMMUNITY 
RECREATION CENTRE CAMPUS VERSUS STAND-ALONE HIGH SCHOOL SITES - 
WARD 10 (File P26S-28) be received; 


Mr. Arthur Peters, Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board 

Mr. Noel Martin, St. Marguerite d’ Youville School Council 

Mr. David Phillips, Our Lady of Providence Catholic School Council 
Ms. Susan Vecchi, , Our Lady of Providence Catholic School Council 
Mr. Bob Hooshley, Metrus Development 


Dy eS 


That the correspondence from Daniel J. Parr, Principal, St. Michael Catholic Secondary School, 
Stratford, Ontario, dated January 20, 2000, re: DUAL HIGH SCHOOL/COMMUNITY 
RECREATION CENTRE CAMPUS VERSUS STAND ALONE HIGH SCHOOL SITES 
(File P26S-28) be received. 


That the delegations, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: 
CENTRAL AREA COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN: DEVELOPMENT 
INCENTIVE GRANTS (File P75CE) be received; 


Mr. Bob Jarvis, Keyser Mason Ball 

Mr. Michael Gagnon, Gagnon Law Bozzo Urban Planners 
Mr. Colin Chung, Gagnon Law Bozzo Urban Planners 
Mr. Rick Pottens, Brookstone Homes 


badd oa 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commission of Planning and Building, dated January 14, 2000, 
to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: CENTRAL AREA 
COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN: DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE GRANTS (File 
P75CE) be deferred and brought back to the Planning and Building Committee at its meeting on 
February 21, 2000 with the results of the workshop and subsequent dialogue with stakeholders; 


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PBO11-2000 


PB013-2000 


PB014-2000 


PBO15-2000 


PBO16-2000 


2000 01 31 


That a public meeting be held to present and receive input on the proposed modifications on 
March 6, 2000; and 


That the Minister of Municipal Affairs be advised that the City has no objection to the 
modifications proposed by the Ministry. 


That the delegations, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED MOSQUE - SUNFOREST DRIVE & HWY 7 - WARD 2 (File C1E11.14) be 
received; 


Mr. M. Qazi, Qazi Municipal Engineering & Computer Modelling Ltd. 
Mr. A. Florio, 48 Cashel Street 

Mr. W. Confiant, 23 Cashel Street 

Mr. M. Ali 

Mr. A. Mohamed 

Mr. S. Bacchus 


DO eo 


That the report from W. Lee, Director, Urban Design and Zoning, dated January 11, 2000, to the 
Planning and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: PUBLIC MEETING 
REPORT - DEVELOPMENTS ALONG HIGHWAY 407 (File P45GE-1) be deferred to the 
Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 2000. 


That the correspondence from M. Virginia MacLean, Cassels Brock & Blackwell, dated January 
24, 2000, re: PUBLIC MEETING REPORT - DEVELOPMENTS ALONG HIGHWAY 
407 (File P45GE-1) be deferred to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 
2000. 


That the report from P. Snape, Development Planner, dated January 10, 2000, to the Planning and 
Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee 
meeting of January 24, 2000, re: PUBLIC MEETING REPORT - PROPOSED DRAFT 
PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - 
MCLAUGHLIN ROAD PROPERTIES - WARD 6 (File C2W12.1) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to continue processing the subject application and report back to Planning 
and Building Committee with a recommendation for draft plan approval when outstanding issues 
are finalized, and all pertinent comments have been received from commenting agencies and 
departments. 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, dated January 10, 2000, to the Planning 
and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: PUBLIC MEETING REPORT - 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - HARVEST WORSHIP CENTRE 
- WARD 2 (File C1W12.4) be received; and, 


Prior to the enactment of the implementing zoning by-law the applicant shall: 
(a) Demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Chief Building Official that a change in 
use permit has been secured or alternatively obtain such a permit from the City 


of Brampton Planning and Building Department; and, 


(b) Pay all applicable Regional, City and Education Development Charges in 
accordance with their respective Development Charges By-laws. 


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PBO17-2000 


PBO18-2000 


2000 01 31 


That staff prepare the appropriate documents for the consideration of City Council, subject to the 
following: 


1. The site specific zoning by-law shall contain the following: 


a) the zoning designation of the subject lands shown on Sheet 24E of 
Schedule “A” will be changed from INDUSTRIAL FOUR A — 
SECTION 678 (M4A — SECTION 678) to INDUSTRIAL FOUR A — 
SECTION 1026 (M4A — SECTION 1026). 


b) only permitted uses shall be: 
(1) the purposes permitted by section 186.1 (industrial purposes); 
(2) a religious institution; and, 
(3) purposes accessory to the other permitted purposes. 
c) the lands shall be subject to the following requirements and 
restrictions: 
(1) Minimum Interior Side Yard Width: 9.0 metres; 
(2) Minimum Rear Yard Depth: 12.0 metres; 
(3) Minimum Number of Parking Spaces: for a religious 


institution shall be 1 parking space for every 6 fixed seats or 3.0 
metres of open bench space or portion thereof. 


d) shall also be subject to the requirements and restrictions relating to the 
M4A — SECTION 186 zone, and all the general provisions of By-law 
151-88, as amended which are not in conflict with the provisions set out 
above. 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, dated January 10, 2000, to the Planning 
and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: PUBLIC MEETING REPORT - 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - 
RANBURNE HOLDINGS LIMITED - WARD 2 (File C2E11.13) be referred to the Council 
meeting of January 31, 2000. 


That the report from R. Nykyforchyn, Development Planner, dated January 5, 2000, to the 
Planning and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: DRAFT PLAN OF 
PROPOSED SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW - PELLIZZARI ET. AT. - WARD 2 (File C1E17.18) be received; 
and, 


That a public meeting be held in accordance with City Council procedures; 


That subject to the results of the public meeting, that Planning and Building Committee 
approve the application, and authorize staff to prepare the appropriate Official Plan 


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PBO19-2000 


2000 01 31 


Amendment and Zoning By-law documents, and issue notice of draft approval, subject to 


the following: 


1. 


The proposed Official Plan Amendment, to increase the density permissions, shall be 
limited to a maximum net residential density of 16.5 units per net hectare (6.7 units 
per net acre), and shall, in other respects, conform with the City Council endorsed 
Upscale Executive Housing Policies. In this regard, those residential lots backing 
onto Hurontario Street will be considered as a transitional area around the upscale 
executive community and will permit a maximum density of 8.0 units per net acre, 
while the remaining lands will be considered as core lots with a maximum net 
density of 5.6 units per net acre, to achieve appropriate compatibility with the 
existing large lots on the west side of Colonel Bertram Road. 


The implementing zoning by-law document shall incorporate requirements for a 
minimum side yard setback of 1.8 metres, and a minimum rear yard setback of 12.5 
metres for Lots backing onto Hurontario Street. In addition, the zoning by-law shall 
limit the minimum lot width for residential lots on the west side of street “A” to 13.9 
metres (45.6 ft), and 17.0 metres (55.7 ft) for the remaining lots on Streets “A” and 
“B”, in accordance with that which has been requested on the draft plan of proposed 
subdivision. 


Prior to draft plan approval, the applicant shall prepare a preliminary map of the 
subdivision to be posted in a prominent location in each sales office where homes in 
the subdivision are being sold. The map shall contain the applicable information 
prescribed within the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of Draft 
Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivision as it pertains to Sales Office 
Community Information Maps. 


Draft plan approval shall be subject to the following conditions: 


(a) Any necessary red-line revisions to the draft plan, including physical 
layouts, and any appropriate conditions of approval emanating from the 
review of the plan by the City of Brampton’s Development Team shall be 
included. 

(b) All conditions of draft approval contained in the City of Brampton List of 
Standard Conditions of Draft Approval for Residential Plans of 
Subdivision, or derivatives or special applications of said conditions, 
including the related policies pertaining to the Upscale Executive Housing 
Recommendations endorsed by City Council, as determined by the 
Commissioner of Planning and Building. 


(c) The Urban Design and Zoning Division shall prepare special architectural 
design guidelines, in accordance with the Upscale Executive Housing 
Policies, to address items such as the treatment of corner lots, enhanced 
landscaping, minimizing garage sizes and other matters deemed appropriate 
for the development of the subject property. 


That the report from K. Ash, Supervisor of Information Services and Land Development, dated 
January 12, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
ZONING BY-LAW - 773665 ONTARIO LIMITED - WARD 6 (File C3W12.3) be 


received; and, 


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That a Public Meeting be held in accordance with City Council procedures. 


PB020-2000 That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, dated January 10, 2000, to the Planning 
and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
ZONING BY-LAW - VINCENT PLANNING - 370 MAIN STREET NORTH - WARD 5 
(File C1E8.16) be received; and, 


That a public meeting be convened in accordance with the Planning Act and City Council’s 
procedures; 


That subject to the results of the Public Meeting, the application be approved and staff be directed 
to prepare the appropriate documents for the consideration of City Council, subject to the 


following: 
1. The site specific zoning by-law shall contain the following: 
a) the subject lands shall remain within the site specific “C3 — Section 

235” zone which will be amended to state that the lands designated C3- 

SECTION 235 on Sheet 8 of Schedule A to this By-law shall only be 

used for the following purposes (new uses shown in italics): 

(1) the purposes permitted in a C3 zone by section 21.3.1; 

(2) a dry cleaning and laundry establishment, using only non- 
toxic, non-flammable materials; 

(3) a billiard hall permitted only in conjunction with a dining 
room restaurant or standard restaurant. 

b) shall also be subject to the following requirements and restrictions: 

(a) the gross leasable commercial floor area for a billiard hall 
permitted in conjunction with a dining room restaurant or 
standard restaurant shall not exceed 2787 square metres. 

(b) a maximum of 50 billiard tables shall be permitted. 

(c) no building or structure used for a billiard hall permitted in 
conjunction with a dining room restaurant or standard 
restaurant shall be located closer than 56 metres to any lands 
zoned R3A-SECTION 94. 

(d) shall be subject to the requirements and restrictions relating to 
the C3 zone. 

2; Prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law, the applicant shall enter into an 


agreement with the City which shall include the following: 
(a) Prior to the issuance of a building permit, a site development plan, a 


landscape drainage plan, a fire protection plan and an engineering 
servicing plan shall be approved by the City, and the appropriate 


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PB021-2000 


PB022-2000 


2000 01 31 


securities shall be deposited with the City to ensure implementation of 
these plans in accordance with the City’s site plan review process; 


(b) The applicant shall pay all applicable Regional, City and Education 
Development Charges in accordance with their respective 
Development Charges By-laws; 


(c) The applicant shall grant easements as may be required for the 
installation of utilities and municipal services to service the lands, to 
the appropriate authorities; 


(d) The applicant shall agree that all lighting on the site shall be designed 
and oriented to minimize glare on abutting properties and streets; 

(e) The applicant shall agree that on-site waste collection shall be provided 
through a private waste hauler; 


(f) The applicant shall convey to the City a 3.3 metre wide road allowance 
widening along the entire Main Street frontage of the subject property, 
towards the ultimate right of way designation of 30.0 metres or 15.0 
metres from the existing centre-line of the roadway; 


(g) The applicant shall convey to the City a 3.0 metre road allowance 
widening along the Vodden Street frontage of the subject property. 


That the report from P. Snape, Development Planner, dated December 22, 1999, to the Planning 
and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: APPLICATIONS TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - BRAMPTON BRICK LIMITED, 
CENTREFUND DEVELOPMENT CORP., SNELGROVE PLAZA INC. - WARD 2 (Files 
C1W15.14, C1W16.14, CLE17.20) be received; and, 


That a public meeting for all three of the above noted applications be held in accordance with City 
Council procedures; 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results 
of the public meeting and a detailed recommendation on each application subsequent to 
the results of the peer review with respect to the submitted market impact studies and to 
the receipt of all pertinent comments and conditions from other departments and 
agencies. 


That the report from S. Hill, Manager, Land Use Policy, dated January 10, 2000, to the Planning 
and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: REVIEW ON GROUP HOMES & 
FOSTER HOMES (File C51GR) be received; and, 


That the proposed work program regarding the review of group homes and foster homes outlined 
herein be endorsed; and, 


That the group home and lodging house committee Co-chaired by Councillors Gibson and Jeffrey 
meet and provide input in the review; and, 


That a meeting be set up by staff immediately; and, 


That Regional Councillors Bissell and Miles be invited to take part in this review; and, 


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PB023-2000 


PB024-2000 


PB025-2000 


PB026-2000 


PB027-2000 


PB023-2000 


HB185-99 


2000 01 31 


That Peel Regional Police, Richard Prouse and Bev Unsworth of the Brampton Downtown 
Business Association, Lynda Arthey of Regeneration, Regional Housing Staff, all the Group 
Home Operators, Foster Homes, Councillor Hames and Regional Councillor Palleschi be invited 
to a meeting. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building and J. Metras, 
Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor, dated January 17, 2000, to the Planning and 
Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: PHASING OF RESIDENTIAL 
DEVELOPMENT IN BRAMPTON, BASED ON SCHOOL ACCOMMODATION (File 
P13.4/P03.7) be received; and, 


That Council continue to defer its decision on the phasing of residential development based on 
school accommodation until the Ontario Court of Appeal has made a decision on the jurisdiction 
to impose conditions of draft approval related to the phasing of residential development based on 
school accommodation; and 


That staff be directed to report on the particulars of the Ontario Court of Appeal decision once it is 
released. 


That the report from S. Hill, Manager, Land Use Policy, dated January 10, 2000, to the Planning 
and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: STATUS MEMORANDUM 
REGARDING THE ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS OF 5 SITES IN THE BRAM WEST 
AND CREDIT VALLEY SECONDARY PLAN AREAS (File P25SP40/P25SP45) be received; 
and, 


That Planning and Building Committee recommend to City Council that the estimated upset cost 
of the environmental analysis ($26,300) be included in the 2000 Current Budget for the Planning 
and Building Department. 


That the report from B. Campbell, Director of Building and Chief Building Official, dated January 
7, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: BUILDING 
PERMIT ACTIVITY FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1999 (File B11) be received. 


That the report from W. Lee, Director, Urban Design and Zoning, dated December 13, 1999, to 
the Planning and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: TRAVEL TRAILERS 
AND OTHER TRAILERS (File P45GE-1) be received. 


That the report from S. Dewdney, Manager, Design Services, dated January 14, 2000, to the 
Planning and Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, re: NOISE BARRIER 
POLICIES IN BRAMPTON (File NOSNO) be received; and, 


That the City policy requiring concrete or masonry noise barriers along Provincial highways be 
amended to permit barriers along Highways #7 and #10 to be constructed of wood or other 
materials acceptable to the City. 


That the Minutes of the BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD dated December 20, 1999, to the 


Planning & Building Committee meeting of January 24, 2000, be approved as printed and 
circulated 


That the agenda be approved to deal with NOMINATION OF A LOCAL BUSINESS TO 
RECEIVE A BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD HISTORIC PLAQUE IN 


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HB186-99 


HB187-99 


PB029-2000 


G3. 


C038-2000 


WT001-2000 


WT002-2000 


WT003-2000 


WT004-2000 


WT005-2000 


2000 01 31 


RECOGNITION OF LONG TERM CONTINUED SERVICE AND PRESERVATION OF 
HISTORICAL CHARACTER (File G33). 


That Harmsworth Decorating Centre, 24 Main Street South, Brampton, be nominated to receive a 
Brampton Heritage Board Historic Plaque in recognition of its long-term continued service and 
preservation of historical character. 


That the Brampton Heritage Board do now adjourn at 6:45 p.m. to meet again on Wednesday, 
January 26, 2000, at 7:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


That the Planning & Building Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, February 7, 
2000 at 8:00 p.m. 


WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION -— January 26, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the Minutes of the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of January 26 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of January 31, 2000, Recommendations WT001-2000 to WT022-2000, be approved as amended 
to show City Councillor Gibson as being present at the Meeting. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting dated January 26, 2000 be 
approved, as amended, to add: 


13. Correspondence from D. Gray, Ward 6 Ratepayers’ Group, dated January 19, 2000, re: 
MOTION — WARD 6 RATEPAYERS’ GROUP — RECONSTRUCTION OF 
CHINGUACOUSY ROAD FROM HIGHWAY 7 TO STEELES AVENUE WEST (File 
T00). 


That the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated November 15, 1999, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of January 26, 
2000, re: WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION REPORT FOR OCTOBER 1999 (File G24) 
be received. 


That the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated December 16, 1999, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of January 26, 
2000, re: WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION REPORT FOR NOVEMBER 1999 (File G24) 
be received. 


That the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated December 16, 1999, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of January 26, 
2000, re: WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION REPORT FOR DECEMBER 1999 (File G24) 
be received. 


That the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, 


dated November 24, 1999, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of January 26, 
2000, re: RELEASING OF WILDLIFE (File S05) be received; and, 


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WT006-2000 


WT007-2000 


WT008-2000 


WT009-2000 


WT010-2000 


2000 01 31 


That the Animal Services Division of the Works and Transportation Department be directed to 
take the necessary steps to inform the public, local trapping companies, and the Peel Humane 
Society of the Fish and Wildlife Act, as it pertains to the trapping and releasing of wildlife. 


That the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated December 1, 1999, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of January 26, 
2000, re: RECOVERY OF LIVESTOCK LOSSES — ROCCO POPPA, 10947 THE GORE 
ROAD, BRAMPTON — WARD 10 (File A25) be received; and, 


That the following person be compensated as noted: 


Name: Rocco Poppa 

Address: 10947 The Gore Road 
Brampton, Ontario 
L6T 3Z8 

For the loss of: One Suffolk Lamb 

Value: $114.00; and, 


That the Treasurer be instructed to issue payment for the subject claim. 


That the report from R.J. Bino, Manager, Development Services, Works and Transportation 
Committee, dated December 10, 1999, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of 
January 26, 2000, re: SUBDIVISION ASSUMPTIONS — PLANS 43M-1140 AND 43M-1141 — 
WARD 4; PLANS 43M-1175 AND 43M-1179 — WARD 5; PLANS 43M-1068, 43M-1069 
AND 43-1209 — WARD 10 (File CO2W05.01, CO1E09.01, CO4E12.02) be received; and, 


That the aforementioned developments be forwarded to the Commissioner of Legal Services and 
City Solicitor with a request that they be assumed by the City. 


That the report from A.D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated January 
17, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: WINTER 
CONTROL SERVICES — ROUTE OPTIMIZATION ANALYSIS (File T11) be received. 


That the report from A.D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated January 
13, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: 
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES (File T17) be 
referred to the City Council Meeting of January 31, 2000. 


That the report from A.D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated January 
12, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: 
WIDENING AND RECONSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAY #7 FROM HIGHWAY #10 TO 
MISSISSAUGA ROAD (File T17/H7) be received; and, 


That staff be authorized to negotiate with the Ontario Ministry of Transportation the assumption 
by the City of Highway #7 from Highway #410 to Winston Churchill Boulevard; and, 


That the appropriate compensation be requested in an amount sufficient to perform widening of 
Highway #7 to four lanes from Highway #10 to Mississauga Road; and 


That staff be authorized to request funding from the Superbuild Corporation for the cost of 
construction of Highway #7 to six lanes from Highway #410 to Winston Churchill Blvd. 


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WT011-2000 


WT012-2000 


WT013-2000 


WT014-2000 


WT015-2000 


WT016-2000 


2000 01 31 


That the report from D.B. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated January 11, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of 
January 26, 2000, re: USE OF ALTERNATIVE FLUORESCENT “STRONG 
YELLOW/GREEN” FOR SCHOOL AREA, SCHOOL CROSSING AND PLAYGROUND 
SIGNS (File T37) be received; and, 


That the Technical Advisory Committee be encouraged to undertake the appropriate studies to 
measure the effectiveness of using alternative fluorescent “strong yellow/green” for school 
signing; and, 


That staff of the Works and Transportation Department continue to adhere to the currently 


recommended Provincial standard for “school area”, “school crossing”, and “playground” signing; 
and, 


That the aforementioned report be forwarded to the Region of Peel for information purposes. 


That the report from D.B. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated January 7, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of 
January 26, 2000, re: TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS — ADVANCE LEFT TURN PHASE 
INVENTORY (File T36) be received. 


That the report from D.B. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated January 7, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of 
January 26, 2000, re: CROSSING GUARD WORK REFUSAL PROCEDURES FOR 
UNSAFE CONDITIONS (File T35) be received; and, 


That the aforementioned report be forwarded to the Brampton Safety Council, the Peel District 
School Board, and the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board for information purposes. 


That the report from D.B. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated January 17, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of 
January 26, 2000, re: NUFFIELD STREET — TRAFFIC CONCERNS — WARD 7 (File T03) 
be received; and, 


That traffic at the intersection of Nuffield Street and Nuttall Street/Newgate Place be controlled by 
a four-way stop; and, 


That staff immediately prepare for stop signs to be installed on Nuffield Street at the 
aforementioned intersection; and, 


That staff consider the placement of the appropriate “stop sign ahead” warning sign north of the 
intersection to warn approaching motorists of the traffic control ahead. 


That the report from D.B. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated January 5, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of 
January 26, 2000, re: NO PARKING — GLIDDEN ROAD — WARD 8 (File T37) be received; 
and, 


That the report from D.B. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 


Transportation, dated January 12, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of 
January 26, 2000, re: ON-STREET PARKING CONCERNS - CHRISTIE DRIVE 


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BETWEEN HACIENDA COURT AND ARCHER COURT — WARD 2 (File T37) be 
received; and, 


That a by-law be passed to amend Traffic By-Law 93-93, as amended, to implement “No Parking” 
on the south side of Christie Drive between Hacienda Court and Archer Court. 


WT017-2000 ‘That the report from B. Hale, Supervisor of Transportation Planning, Works and Transportation, 
dated January 17, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of January 26, 
2000, re: CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY FOR THE EXTENSION OF 
NUMBER 10 SIDE ROAD AND A NORVAL BY-PASS, TOWN OF HALTON HILLS (File 
G75) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to formally advise the Region of Halton that the City of Brampton’s 
involvement in the Norval Bypass Environmental Assessment process shall be as follows: 


a) The City of Brampton will not be contributing financially to the Norval Bypass 
Environmental Assessment Study; and, 


b) Staff from the City of Brampton’s Works and Transportation Department will be 
involved on a technical advisory level to the Steering Committee referenced in the 
aforementioned report; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to the Works and Transportation Committee, as required, to 
update and/or seek direction on impact issues arising from the Norval Bypass Study. 


WT018-2000 That the correspondence from Regional Councillor L. Bissell, dated January 17, 2000, to the 
Works and Transportation Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: UNION AND ALEXANDER 
STREETS — TURNING RESTRICTIONS — WARD 5 (File T00) be received; and, 


That the correspondence from the residents of Alexander Street and Union Street, dated January 
10, 2000, presented to the Works and Transportation Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: UNION 
AND ALEXANDER STREETS — TURNING RESTRICTIONS — WARD 5 (File T00) be 
received; and, 


That the petition signed by the residents of Alexander Street and Union Street, presented to the 
Works and Transportation Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: UNION AND ALEXANDER 
STREETS — TURNING RESTRICTIONS — WARD 5 (File T00) be received; and, 


That “No Right Hand Turn” signs be installed to restrict traffic movement from Church Street 
East to Union Street in the evenings at times to be determined by staff of the Works and 
Transportation Department; and, 

That “No Left Hand Turn” signs be installed to restrict traffic movement from southbound Main 
Street to Alexander Street in the mornings at times to be determined by staff of the Works and 
Transportation Department; and, 


That Peel Regional Police be notified when these signs have been installed; and, 


That the “No Parking” signs on the east side of Union Street be extended further south of the 
bend; and, 


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That the existing “No Parking” sign on the south side of Alexander Street be moved further west 
of the school. 


That the correspondence from Ms. A. Tuplin, City Clerk, City of Sarnia, dated December 6, 1999, 
to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: SARNIA CITY 
COUNCIL RESOLUTION — FUNDING FOR PUBLIC TRANSIT (File T00) be received; 
and, 


That the resolution of Sarnia City Council requesting that a portion of the gasoline tax be remitted 
back to local communities across Ontario for the funding of public and surface transportation be 
endorsed. 


That the correspondence from D. Gray, Ward 6 Ratepayers’ Group, dated January 19, 2000, to the 
Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: MOTION — WARD 6 
RATEPAYERS’ GROUP — RECONSTRUCTION OF CHINGUACOUSY ROAD FROM 
HIGHWAY 7 TO STEELES AVENUE WEST (File T00) be received; and, 


That the City of Brampton work with the Region of Peel to pursue the reconstruction of 
Chinguacousy Road from Highway #7 to Steeles Avenue West, including two railway grade 
separations instead of the scheduled partial reconstruction between Queen Street West and Major 
William Sharpe Drive, to avail the public greater transportation safety. 


That the MINUTES OF THE BRAMPTON SAFETY COUNCIL MEETING OF JANUARY 
6, 2000 (File G26), to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of January 26, 2000, be 
approved as printed and circulated. 


That the Agenda for the Brampton Safety Council Meeting dated January 6, 2000 be approved as 
printed and circulated. 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of December 2, 1999, to the Brampton 
Safety Council Meeting of January 6, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


That the correspondence from Ms. Elizabeth Waechter, Principal, Dorset Drive Public School, 
dated November 17, 1999, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of January 6, 2000, re: KISS 
AND RIDE PROGRAM (File G26) be deferred to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of 
February 3, 2000; and, 


That the Site Inspection Report dated December 9, 1999, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting 
of January 6, 2000, re: further study re Kiss and Ride Program - DORSET DRIVE PUBLIC 
SCHOOL — WARD 9 (File G26) be deferred to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of 
February 3, 2000; and, 


That representatives of the Brampton Safety Council meet with the Principal and School Council 
and report back to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of February 3, 2000. 


That the correspondence from Mrs. S. Primeau, Principal, Glendale Public School, dated 
November 26, 1999, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of January 6, 2000, re: SITE 
INSPECTION — GLENDALE PUBLIC SCHOOL — MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1999 — 
WARD 5 (File G26) be received; and, 


That Recommendation SC126-99, from the November 4, 1999 Brampton Safety Council Meeting, 
approved by City Council on November 22, 1999, be amended to note the location of the “no 


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parking” signs that are to be changed to “no stopping” signs is on the “north side” of Elmgrove 
Avenue. 


That the correspondence from M.J. Parks, Traffic Operations Supervisor, Works and 
Transportation Department, to Mrs. L. Carter, St. Monica’s School Advisory Council, dated 
November 29, 1999, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of January 6, 2000, re: TRAFFIC 
OPERATIONS — DRINKWATER ROAD AND STERRITT DRIVE (File T03/G26) be 
received. 


That the correspondence from F. Martins, Project Engineer, Ontario Ministry of Transportation, to 
Mr. D.B. Minaker, Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, dated December 3, 
1999, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of January 6, 2000, re: HIGHWAY 7 
BETWEEN HIGHWAY 410 AND HIGHWAY 10 (File G26) be received. 


That the correspondence from C. Gardner, Manager, Road Safety Marketing Office, Ontario 
Ministry of Transportation, dated December 9, 1999, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of 
January 6, 2000, re: 1999 ROAD SAFETY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS (File G26) be 
received. 


That the correspondence from H. Brathwaite, Director of Education, Peel District School Board, 
dated December 13, 1999, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of January 6, 2000, re: RE- 
APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEE BERYL FORD AS THE PEEL DISTRICT SCHOOL 
BOARD REPRESENTATIVE ON THE BRAMPTON SAFETY COUNCIL (File G15/G26) 
be received. 

That the correspondence from Ms. E. Norman, Principal, Agnes Taylor School, dated December 
16, 1999, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of January 6, 2000, re: MODIFIED KISS 
AND RIDE PROGRAM (File G26) be received. 


That the Site Inspection Report dated December 6, 1999, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting 
of January 6, 2000, re: MCHUGH PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 4 (File G26) be received; and, 


That “No Stopping” signs be posted on the north side of Craig Street in front of the school; and, 
That buses unload at portables and not in front of the school; and, 

That teachers and parents be reminded to park in the fairground parking lot; and, 

That Parking Control be requested to monitor parking on Elliott Street; and, 

That a school bus loading zone be established on Elliott Street. 

That the matter of the Site Inspection — ST. CECILIA — WARD 5 — Thursday, December 9, 1999 
(File G26), to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of January 6, 2000, be deferred to the 
Brampton Safety Council Meeting of February 3, 2000; and, 

That a further site inspection be scheduled. 

That the Site Inspection Report dated December 13, 1999, to the Brampton Safety Council 


Meeting of January 6, 2000, re: SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 
3 (File G26) be received; and, 


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That a curb-to-door program be implemented; and, 

That Peel Regional Police be requested to monitor the speed along Ardglen Drive; and, 

That “No U-Turn” signs be posted on Hardwick Drive at Ardglen Drive. 

That the Site Inspection Report dated December 20, 1999, to the Brampton Safety Council 
Meeting of January 6, 2000, re: BLACK OAK DRIVE — OUR LADY OF PROVIDENCE — 
WARD 10 (File G26) be received; and, 


That “No Stopping” signs be posted on Sugarpine Court opposite the driveway to Black Oak 
Drive; and, 


That the Principal be requested to encourage parents to use the park entrance at rear of the school; 
and, 


That Parking Control be requested to monitor this area; and, 


That the Principal be requested to encourage students to walk along the sidewalk to the Canadian 
Auto Association Safety Patrol where they can be crossed over driveway. 


That the Brampton Safety Council do now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, February 3, 2000, 
at 9:30 a.m., in the Clerk’s Boardroom, 1“ Floor, 2 Wellington Street West, Brampton, or at the 
call of the Chair. 


That the Works and Transportation Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, 
February 23, 2000, at 1:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 


H1. 


H1A. 


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Report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building, dated January 10, 2000, 
re: PUBLIC MEETING REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW — RANBURNE HOLDINGS LIMITED — WARD 2 (File 
C2E11.13) 


Supplementary Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated January 
26, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY- 
LAW — RANBURNE HOLDINGS LIMITED — PARTS 1, 2, 7 AND 10 AND PART OF 
PART 9, REFERENCE PLAN 43R-18861, NORTH SIDE OF BOVAIRD DRIVE, WEST 
OF HEART LAKE ROAD —-WARD 2 (File C2E1 1.13) 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building, dated January 
10, 2000, re: PUBLIC MEETING REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — RANBURNE HOLDINGS LIMITED — 
WARD 2 (File C2E11.13) be received; and 


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That staff be directed to continue processing the subject application and report back to Planning 
and Building Committee once all relevant technical issues have been resolved and all comments 
have been received from pertinent commenting agencies and departments; and 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated January 26, 2000 
to the Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: Supplementary Report, re: APPLICATION 
TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — RANBURNE HOLDINGS 
LIMITED - PARTS 1, 2,7 AND 10 AND PART OF PART 9, REFERENCE PLAN 43R- 
18861, NORTH SIDE OF BOVAIRD DRIVE, WEST OF HEART LAKE ROAD —WARD 2 
(File C2E11.13) be received; and 


That the Planning Staff and Community Services Staff meet with the applicants in order to 
determine the feasibility of developing a public trail system from White Spruce southerly, through 
the subject lands, to Bovaird Drive and the possibility of pursuing a trail system on the east side of 
Esker Lake and the entering into a public/ private partnership which would secure public access to 
the northerly portion of Esker Lake North; and 


That Staff prepare a Recommendation Report to the Planning and Building Committee addressing 
the potential acquisition of a pedestrian trail system, including related financial implications. 


CARRIED 


Report from A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated January 13, 2000, re: 
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES (File T17) . 


A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation responded to questions with regards to the use 
of Development Charges to use for the City of Brampton’s portion of payment for the proposed projects of 
the Ministry of Transportation. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the report from A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated January 13, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS AND 
INITIATIVES (File T17) be received; and 


That the City of Brampton portion of opening Highway 410 in stages be consistent with the Town of 
Caledon and that any written report should not indicate that the City of Brampton agrees with going to 
Mayfield Road in Phase One — but rather to Sandalwood Parkway, if that is possible; and 


That with regards to the Sandalwood Parkway off-ramp to Highway 410 the City of Brampton will be 
deducting the cost of the Heart Lake Road off ramp from our contribution to land and money to the 
Ministry of Transportation for our share of the partnership; and 


That with regards to the proposed 407 Electronic Toll Road access at Kennedy Road South, staff is 
requested to send correspondence to the Brampton Golf Club to inquire if they would accept an 80 metre 
radius and if not to write the City of Brampton a letter of support petitioning the Ministry of Transportation 
for this proposed access for; and 


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H3. 


That staff again send correspondence to the 407 Electronic Toll Road Group, requesting deviations from 
the Ministry of Transportation Standards for a 70 metre radius at the proposed Kennedy Road South 
access; and 


That the Ministry of Transportation be so advised. 

CARRIED 
Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated January , 2000. 
SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT — APPLICATION TO REMOVE A HOLDING (H) BY QAZI 
MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER MODELING LIMITED TO PERMIT A PLACE 


OF WORSHIP (A MOSQUE) (File C10E11.14) (See Item E 8). 


DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E 8, RESOLUTION C033-2000 


I. CORRESPONDENCE 


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12. 


C041-2000 


13. 


C042-2000 


2000 01 31 


Correspondence from E. C. Wagg, City Clerk, City of Niagara Falls, dated January 21, 2000, re: 
RESOLUTION — YOUNG OFFENDERS ACT (File G00). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C024-2000 


Correspondence from Mr. Glen Corner, Chairman, 2003 Nokia Cup Committee, dated January 20, 2000, 
re: PROVINCIAL MEN’S CURLING CHAMPIONSHIPS (NOKIA CUP) 2003 BID (File C00). 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That correspondence from Mr. Glen Corner, Chairman, 2003 Nokia Cup Committee, dated 
January 20, 2000 to the Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: PROVINCIAL MEN’S 
CURLING CHAMPIONSHIPS (NOKIA CUP) 2003 BID-FEBRUARY 2003 (File C00) be 
received; and 


That City Council supports the Brampton Curling Club’s bid to host the Provincial Men’s Curling 
Championships (Nokia Cup) in 2003 to be held at the Brampton Sports and Entertainment Centre. 


CARRIED 
Correspondence from M. Power, Association of Municipalities of Ontario, dated January, 2000, re: AMO 
CONFERENCE 2000, AUGUST 13-16, 2000 (File A10). 
Direction was given 
> That the City Clerk prepare the registration for Council Members and Senior Staff that are 


interested in attending the conference. 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


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That the correspondence from M. Power, Association of Municipalities of Ontario, dated January, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: AMO CONFERENCE 2000, AUGUST 13-16, 2000 (File 


A10) be received. 
CARRIED 
J. RESOLUTIONS 
K. NOTICE OF MOTION 


Kl. Notice of Motion, re: PEEL COUNTY GAME AND FISH PROTECTIVE 
ASSOCIATION (File P26). 


City Councillor Jeffery presented a Notice of Motion for consideration at the February 
14, 2000 City Council Meeting: 


“Whereas the City of Brampton has been working with the Peel County Game and Fish 
Protective Association for several years to resolve in a positive manner the relocation of 
the Club to a property that will not be impacted in the future by residential development; 
and 


Whereas the Federal regulations that govern the operations of a gun club now make the 
operation of the Peel County Game and Fish Protective Association non-conforming; and 


Whereas the City of Brampton has purchased a property that meets the physical and 
regulatory requirements for a new facility for the Peel County Game and Fish Protective 
Association and has prepared an Offer to Purchase to provide the land to the Club at the 
price paid by the City of Brampton; and 


Whereas the City of Brampton has negotiated with the development industry in the 
neighbourhood of the existing Peel County Game and Fish Protective Association to 
provide a financial incentive for them to relocate; and 


Whereas the operations of the Peel County Game and Fish Protective Association in their 
current location is no longer compatible with the residential development that will 
surround it; 


Therefore Be It Resolved that the Federal and Provincial agencies that monitor the 
regulations with respect to the operation of a gun club be made aware that : 


1. The City of Brampton is not in support of the Peel County Game and Fish 
Protective Association continuing to operate in their current location because of 
the real perceived risk to the residential areas immediately adjacent to the site; 
and 

2. Given that the new regulations clearly put the current operation in an non- 
conforming status; the City of Brampotn would request that the license of the 
Peel County Game and Fish Protective Association should immediately be made 
contingent on their commitment to the City to move their operations to a new 
site. 


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L. PETITIONS 


M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 


N. TENDERS 
oO. BY-LAWS 


C043-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That By-laws 12-2000 to 21-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of January 31, 2000, be 
given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 
and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 

12-2000 To adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-129 - Application to Amend the Official Plan 
And Zoning By-Law — Michael S. Manett Planning Services Ltd. (Garvy And Patricia 
Samson), Part of the West Half of Lot 11, Concession 3, E.H.S. — 10081 Bramalea Road 
- Ward 10 (File C5E11.14) (Item F 4 and By-law 14-2000). 

13-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended - Application to Amend 
the Official Plan And Zoning By-Law — Michael S. Manett Planning Services Ltd. 
(Garvy And Patricia Samson), Part of the West Half of Lot 11, Concession 3, E.H.S. — 
10081 Bramalea Road - Ward 10 (File CSE11.14) (Item F 4 and By-law 13-2000). 

14-2000 To prevent the application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-1351 

15-2000 To prevent the application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-1204 

16-2000 To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended “No Parking” (Glidden Road) 

17-2000 To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended “No Parking” (Christie Drive) 

18-2000 For the Levy and Collection of Interim Taxes for the Year 2000 (See Item F 5) 


19-2000 To impose special annual drainage rates upon land in respect of which money is 
borrowed under the Tile Drainage Act 


20-2000 To repeal By-law 269-98 and to appoint a Deputy Treasurer (See Item F 6.) 
21-2000 To confirm the proceedings of the Regular Council Meeting held on January 31, 2000 


CARRIED 


P. ADJOURNMENT 


C044-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


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That this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, February 14, 2000 at 1:00 p.m., or at 
the call of the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 11:30 P.M. ON JANUARY 31, 2000 


PETER ROBERTSON, MAYOR 


L. J. MIKULICH, CITY CLERK 


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FEBRUARY 14, 2000 — 1:10P.M. 


REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


PRESENT Mayor P. Robertson 
Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley 
Regional Councillor Wards 1 and 5 - L. Bissell 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 — G. Miles 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi 
City Councillor Ward 1 - B. Hunter 
City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 
City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 
City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 
City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards 
City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 
City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 
City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames 


ABSENT City Councillor Ward 3 - B. Callahan (Other Municipal Business) 
City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco (Other Municipal Business) 
City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton (Other Municipal Business) 


STAFF PRESENT Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 

Mr. R. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 

Ms. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 

Mr. A. D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 
Mr. J. A. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. J. G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 
Mr. P. Caine, Treasurer, Corporate Services 

Mr. V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services 

Mr. L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services 

Mrs. W. Cooke, Legislative Coordiantor, Legal Services 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


PAGE 

A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 3 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 3 
C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 3 
D. CONSENT MOTION 4 

PROCLAMATIONS 6 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 6 
E DELEGATIONS 6 
F REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 9 
G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 9 
H UNFINISHED BUSINESS 22 
I CORRESPONDENCE 22 
J RESOLUTIONS 23 
K NOTICE OF MOTION 23 
L PETITIONS 23 
M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 23 
N TENDERS 23 
O BY-LAWS 26 

CLOSED SESSION 26 
P. BY-LAWS 27 
Q. ADJOURNMENT 27 


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A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C045-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 


That the Agenda for the February 14, 2000 Regular Council Meeting be approved as amended: 
To Add: 

Announcement 

1. Recognition of Mr. Roy Gibson, Brampton Citizen of the Year. 


Correspondence 


12. Correspondence from Mr. Peter Weston, President, Weston Consulting, dated February 
11, 2000, re: UPSCALE EXECUTIVE HOUSING STUDY — OFFICIAL PLAN 
AMENDEMENT - OP93-130 (File PO3EX) (See Items E2 and F2). 


CARRIED 


B. CONFLICT OF INTEREST 


1. 


Mayor Robertson declared a conflict of interest with regards to Item F 3. - TEMPSON 
HOLDINGS LIMITED —- TRANSMITTAL OF THE ZONING BY-LAW FOR A DRAFT 
APPROVED SUBDIVISION, LOT 15, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S. - WARD 2 (File: 
C1W15.13 and 21T-98032B) as his family has owned an adjacent property since 1969. 


C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


Cl. 


C046-2000 


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REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING - January 17, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 


That the minutes of the Regular Council Meeting of January 31, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
February 14, 2000 be approved as amended in Resolution C032-2000, paragraph 4 to read: 


“That the staff of our Community Services Department hold meetings to start in the month of 
February, 2000 with the Peel Board of Education, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School 
Board, the Brampton Library, the Ministry of Education, Province of Ontario, the Peel Regional 
Police Department and the Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design), a representative of 
the Springdale Development Group and representative from the Springdale School Parent 
Councils and involvement of His Excellency Bishop John Knight, Western Region of Toronto, to 
explore the potential of a joint community facility at a Springdale site and report back to Council 
in the fastest possible time. 

CARRIED 


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D. CONSENT MOTION 


C047-2000 Moved by City Councillor Jeffrey 
Seconded by City Councillor Sprovieri 


That Council hereby approved 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: 


CARRIED 


#* Fl. That the report from John Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated January 19, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of February 14, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
ZONING BY-LAW — HARVEST WORSHIP CENTRE, PART LOT 12, CONCESSION 1, 
W.HLS. — 6 LOWRY DRIVE —WARD 2 (File C1W 12.4) be received; and 


That By-law 22-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended; 
and, 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


+ F 3. That the report from John Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated February 3, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of February 14, 2000, re: TEMPSON HOLDINGS LIMITED — 
TRANSMITTAL OF THE ZONING BY-LAW FOR A DRAFT APPROVED 
SUBDIVISION, LOT 15, CONCESSION 1, W.H.LS. - WARD 2 (File: C1W15.13 and 21T- 
98032B) be received; and 


That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement approved by the City Solicitor; 
and all other documents approved by the City Solicitor required to implement the provisions of 
the subdivision agreement 


That By-law 24-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended; 
and, 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


“ H1. That the Report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
January 19, 2000 to the Council Meeting of February 14, 2000, re: CANDEVCON LIMITED- 284 
ORENDA ROAD - WARD 8 (File C3E2.5) be received; and 


That the Supplementary Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, - 

dated February 9, 2000 to the Council Meeting of February 14, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND 
THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - PART LOT 2, CONCESSION 3 E.HLS. — 284 
ORENDA ROAD — WARD 8 (File C3E2.5) be received; and 


That a public meeting be convened in accordance with the Planning Act and City Council’s 
procedures; 


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That subject to the results of the Public Meeting, the application be approved and staff be directed 
to prepare the appropriate documents for the consideration of City Council, subject to the 
following: 


1. The Official Plan Amendment shall amend The Brampton West Industrial Secondary 
Plan to add a site specific policy provision to allow the subject property to be used for 
accessory retail and service commercial uses with a maximum gross floor area for all 
buildings of 4686 square metres and the maximum floor area of an individual accessory 


retail use limited to 45% of the associated total gross floor area, to a maximum of 703 
square metres. 


2: The site specific zoning by-law shall contain the following: 


a) the subject lands shall be zoned with a site specific Industrial One (M1A) Zone 
category which shall permit the following uses: 


(1) MIA zone industrial, non-industrial and accessory purposes; 


(2) a retail establishment having no outside storage as an accessory use 
subject to the requirements as set out in Section (b) (7). 


b) shall also be subject to the following requirements and restrictions: 


(1) The gross floor area for all buildings shall not exceed 4686 square 


metres. 
(2) Minimum Lot Area: 1.1 hectares 
(3) Minimum Front Yard Depth: 15.2 metres 


(4) Minimum Interior Side Yard: 
(a) 7.6 metres on the east side yard; 
(b) 12.1 metres on the west side yard 


(5) Maximum Building Height: 2 storeys 
(6) Minimum Landscaped Open Space: 

Front Yard: A minimum 6.2 metre wide landscaped open space 
area, except at approved driveway locations, shall be 
provided in the front yard. 

Side Yard: None required. 

(7) the maximum gross commercial floor area of a retail outlet involved in 
the retail sale of food and permitted in connection with an industrial 
use shall not exceed 30% of the total gross industrial floor area of the 


particular industrial use to a maximum of 703 square metres, 
whichever is less; 


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the maximum gross commercial floor area of a retail outlet not 
involved in the retail sale of food and permitted in connection with an 
industrial use shall not exceed 45% of the total gross industrial floor 
area of the particular industrial use to a maximum of 703 square 
metres, whichever is less 


(8) That a maximum of two restaurants be permitted as follows: 


(1) one take out restaurant shall be permitted provided that no 
seating is provided and the maximum gross floor area for a 
take out restaurant shall be 93 square metres (1,000 square 
feet); and 

(ii) that one dining room restaurant or standard restaurant be 
permitted with a maximum gross floor area of 140 square 
metres (1,500 square feet). 


c) shall also be subject to the requirements and restrictions relating to the M1A 
Zone and all of the general provisions of the by-law which are not in conflict 


with the ones set out above. 
CARRIED 


PROCLAMATIONS 


1. 


Proclamation - SCOUTS-GUIDE WEEK - February 19 — 26, 2000 


The Mayor proclamation was read by Mayor Robertson declaring the week of February 19-26, 
2000 as Scouts-Guide Week. 


ANNOUNCEMENTS 


1. 


MR. ROY GIBSON, BRAMPTON CITIZEN OF THE YEAR. 


Mayor Robertson introduced Mr. Roy Gibson, Brampton Citizen of the Year and highlighted his 
achievements. He presented Mr. Gibson with a token of congratulations from himself and the 
Members of Council 


E. DELEGATIONS 


El. 


2000 02 14 


“Doc” Welsh, re: THE LUNG ASSOCIATION’S 12™ ANNUAL POLAR CHILI - 
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2000 - DONALD M. GORDON — CHINGUACOUSY PARK 
(File C00). 


“Doc” Welsh appeared to announce the Lung Association’s 12" Annual Polar Chili Golf 
Tournament at Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park on Saturday, February 19, 2000 
commencing at 9:00 a.m. He advised that all funds raised will be donated to the Lung 
Association. 


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C048—2000 


E 2. 


C049-2000 


2000 02 14 


Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 


That the delegation of “Doc” Welsh to the Council Meeting of February 14, 2000, re: THE 
LUNG ASSOCIATION’S 12™ ANNUAL POLAR CHILI —- SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 
2000 - DONALD M. GORDON - CHINGUACOUSY PARK (File C00) be received. 


CARRIED 


Mr. Michael Telawski, Associate, Weston Consulting Group Inc, on behalf of Mr. Peter Weston, 
President, Weston Consulting Group Inc., re: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT — UPSCALE 
EXECUTIVE HOUSING STUDY (File PO3EX) (See Item F 2 and By-law 23-2000). 


Mr. Michael Telawski, Associate, Weston Consulting Group Inc, on behalf Mr. Peter Weston, 
President of Weston Consulting Group Inc. advised that he was concerned with possible conflicts 
this could cause for his clients with regards to the Environmental Assessment Williams Parkway 
and their anticipated development proposals. J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and 
Building advised the Planning and Building Department will assist Mr. Weston and his clients 
with working through the process to coincide with the Environmental Assessment on Williams 
Parkway. 


Regional Councillor Palleschi requested that the west-side of McVean be mentioned in the 
wording of the proposed Official Plan Amendment with regards to the commitment for 
approximately 200 executive lots. 


Item F 2 and I 2 were brought forward and dealt with at this time 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 


That the delegation of Mr. Michael Telawski, Associate, Weston Consulting Group Inc, on behalf 
of Mr. Peter Weston, President, Weston Consulting Group Inc. to the Council Meeting of 
February 14, 2000, re: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT — UPSCALE EXECUTIVE 
HOUSING STUDY (File PO03EX) be received; and 


That Official Plan Amendment OP93-130 be amended to add: 


“3.1.1g Notwithstanding that it is outside the boundary of Upscale Executive Housing 
Special Policy Area 3, a minimum of 200 upscale executive housing units on lots 
with minimum frontages of 18 metres (60 feet) are to be provided within the area 
west of McVean Drive, north of the Humber River and south of Castlemore Road;” 


That By-law 24-2000 be enacted to adopt Official Plan Amendment OP-93-130 as amended; and 
That the correspondence from Mr. Peter Weston, President, Weston Consulting, dated February 
11, 2000, re: UPSCALE EXECUTIVE HOUSING STUDY — OFFICIAL PLAN 


AMENDEMENT - OP93-130 (File PO3EX) be received. 
CARRIED 


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C050—2000 


2000 02 14 


Ms. Heather Picken, Lawrence, Lawrence, Stevenson and Mr. Bob Calvert, President of the Peel 
County Game and Fish Protective Association re: RESOLUTION —- BRAMPTON GUN CLUB 
(File P26) (See Item J1). 


Ms. Heather Picken, Solicitor for the Firm of Lawrence, Lawrence, Stevenson and Mr. Bob 
Calvert, President of the Peel County Game and Fish Protective Association expressed their 
concerns with regards to the proposed motion. They indicated that further discussion between the 
Gun Club and the City of Brampton Staff should take place regarding correspondence the Gun 
Club received from the Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and the Ministry of the 
Environment and Energy (MOEE) with regards to the concerns they have pertaining to their 
proposed new location at Highway 407 and Dixie Road. Ms. Picken presented copies of the 
above-mentioned correspondence to Members of Council and Staff. 


B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services indicated that the “resource use” is acceptable 
by the TRCA for the Highway 407 and Dixie Road location, but until a final plan for the new gun 
club is produced the TRCA and MOEE cannot give specific recommendations. He also advised 
that his staff will be meeting with the TRCA on Tuesday, February 22, 2000 and invited a 
representative of the Gun Club to attend the meeting and indicated that a representative of the 
MOEE will also be invited to discuss the concerns of the proposed location. 


Further discussion took place with regards to the new Federal Regulations with regards to the 
Gaming Industry. Mr. Calvert advised that the Gun Club had until the end of the year to comply 
with the new regulations. 


Item J 1 was brought forward and dealt with at this time. 


Moved by City Councillor Jeffrey 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the delegation of Ms. Heather Picken, Lawrence, Lawrence, Stevenson and Mr. Bob Calvert, 
President of the Peel County Game and Fish Protective Association to the Council Meeting of 
February 14, 2000 re: RESOLUTION — BRAMPTON GUN CLUB (File P26) be received; and 


Whereas the City of Brampton has been working with the Peel County Game and Fish Protective 
Association for several years to resolve in a positive manner the relocation of the Club to a 
property that will not be impacted in the future by residential development; and 


Whereas the Federal regulations that govern the operations of a gun club now make the operation 
of the Peel County Game and Fish Protective Association non-conforming; and 


Whereas the City of Brampton has purchased a property that meets the physical and regulatory 
requirements for a new facility for the Peel County Game and Fish Protective Association and has 
prepared an Offer to Purchase to provide the land to the Club at the price paid by the City of 
Brampton; and 


Whereas the City of Brampton has negotiated with the development industry in the 


neighbourhood of the existing Peel County Game and Fish Protective Association to provide a 
financial incentive for them to relocate; and 


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Whereas the operations of the Peel County Game and Fish Protective Association in their current 
location is no longer compatible with the residential development that will surround it; 


Therefore Be It Resolved that the Federal and Provincial agencies that monitor the regulations 
with respect to the operation of a gun club be made aware that: 


1. The City of Brampton is not in support of the Peel County Game and Fish Protective 
Association continuing to operate in their current location because of the real and 
perceived risk to the residential areas immediately adjacent to the site; and 


2. Given that the new regulations clearly put the current operation in an non-conforming 
status; the City of Brampton would request that the license of the Peel County Game and 
Fish Protective Association should immediately be made contingent on their commitment 
to the City to move their operations to a new site. 


CARRIED 

F. REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 

if Fl. Report from John Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated January 19, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW — HARVEST WORSHIP CENTRE, 
PART LOT 12, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S. —- 6 LOWRY DRIVE —WARD 2 (File C1 W12.4) 
(See By-law 22-2000). 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C047-2000 

F2. Report from John Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated February 7, 2000, re: 
OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - UPSCALE EXECUTIVE HOUSING STUDY (File 
PO3EX)(See Items E 2 and I 2 and By-law 23-2000). 
DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E 2, RESOLUTION C049-2000 
Note: | Mayor Robertson declared a conflict of interest with regards to Item F 3. - TEMPSON 

HOLDINGS LIMITED — TRANSMITTAL OF THE ZONING BY-LAW FOR A DRAFT 
APPROVED SUBDIVISION, LOT 15, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S. - WARD 2 (File: 
C1W15.13 and 21T-98032B) as his family has owned an adjacent property since 1969 and 
abstained from voting on this item. 

* F3. Report from John Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated February 3, 2000, re: 
TEMPSON HOLDINGS LIMITED — TRANSMITTAL OF THE ZONING BY-LAW FOR 
A DRAFT APPROVED SUBDIVISION, LOT 15, CONCESSION 1, W.H.S. - WARD 2 
(File: C1W15.13 and 21T-98032B) (See By-law 24-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C047-2000 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 
Gl. SIGN VARIANCE COMMITTEE -— January 31, 2000 


C05 1—2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 


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Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the Minutes of the Sign Variance Committee Meeting held January 31, 2000, 
Recommendations SV001-2000 to SV14—2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 
The recommendations were approved as follows: 


SV001-2000 That the delegation of Ms. Jennifer Bozzo, Gagnon Law Bozzo Urban Planners Ltd., to the Sign 
Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: GUBASTA HOLDINGS INC. — 
SIGNAGE FOR PROPOSED HI-RISE CONDOMINIUM PROJECT (QUEEN’S GATE) - 
38 HILLCREST AVENUE — WARD 3 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That the request to allow the existing ground sign for the proposed hi-rise condominium project 
(Queen’s Gate) to remain standing at Torrome Road and Queen Street until the Sign Variance 
Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000 be approved. 


SV002-2000 That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 14, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATIONS — BUILDER A-FRAME MOBILE SIGNS File G26SD, be received; and, 


That the applications from the following builders for A-Frame mobile signs be approved, as 


follows: 

Company Name Number of Signs 
Starlane Home Corporation 12 
Sundance (Lundy Village) Homes Inc. 12 
Townwood Homes Inc. 12 
Castle Lake Estates (N/W Hwy. 7 & Gore Road) 12 
Sofia Heights Estates Inc. (448 Sandalwood Parkway) 12 
Discovery Building Corp. 12 
Fernbrook Homes (Valleywood) Ltd. 12 
Fram Estates Ltd. 12 
Tribute Homes 12 
Fernbrook Homes (Manorgate Ltd.) 12 
Solmar Homes 12 
Lormel Homes Ltd. 12 
Great Gulf Homes (Willow Ridge) 12 
Great Gulf Homes (Fletcher’s Meadow) 12 
Glenarda Construction Limited 12 
National Homes 12 
Senator Homes (Homestead) 12 
Gagnon, Law, Bozzo Urban Planners Ltd. (Gubasta Holdings Inc.) 12 
Country Homes 12 
Mattamy Homes Limited (Vales of Castlemore) 12 
Mattamy Homes Limited (Fletcher’s Meadow) 12 
Brookstone Homes 12 
Intracorp Developments Ltd. 12 


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SV003-2000 


SV004-2000 


SV005-2000 


SV006-2000 


SV007-2000 


2000 02 14 


That prior to installation the applicants shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated December 16, 1999, 
to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 1999, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — BLASTAL LTD. — 353 CLARENCE STREET — WARD 3 (File G26SI) be 
received; and, 


That the application for a 3.28 square metres (35.3 square feet) wall sign on the north elevation of 
the industrial building at 353 Clarence Street be approved; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated December 16, 1999, 
to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — KINGS POINT PROPERTIES — 370 MAIN STREET NORTH — WARD 
5 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That the application for a 8.60 square metres (92.5 square feet) temporary ground sign close to the 
driveway access to the site on Vodden Street be refused; and, 


That the application for a 8.60 square metres (92.5 square feet) temporary ground sign close to the 
south driveway access to the site at 370 Main Street North be refused. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated December 16, 1999, 
to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — SUN GLORY LTD. (ROYAL CREST MALL) — 50 KENNEDY ROAD 
SOUTH — WARD 3 (File G26SJ) be received; and, 


That the correspondence from Patty Chui, Forward Sign & Advertising Co. Ltd., dated January 
28, 2000, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: CANCELLATION 
OF SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — SUN GLORY LTD. (ROYAL CREST MALL) — 50 
KENNEDY ROAD SOUTH — WARD 3 (File G26SI) be received. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated December 16, 1999, 
to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — CONESTOGA SQUARE DEVELOPMENT CORP. (SWISS CHALET) - 
370 BOVAIRD DRIVE — WARD 2 (File G26SD) be received; and, 


That the application for a 0.45 square metres (4.87 square feet) directional sign close to the 
northeast corner of the Swiss Chalet building be approved; and, 


That the application for a 0.45 square metres (4.87 square feet) directional sign close to the 
northwest corner of the Swiss Chalet building be approved; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Peter Strang, Touchstone Homes, dated January 28, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR DEFERRAL — 
SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — TOUCHSTONE HOMES - 9770 CHINGUACOUSY 
ROAD (SW HIGHWAY #7 AND CHINGUACOUSY ROAD) — PART OF LOTS 9 AND 10, 
BLK. 331, CONC. 3 WHS — WARD 6 (File G26SJ) be received; and, 


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SV008-2000 


SV009-2000 


SV010-2000 


2000 02 14 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 3, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — TOUCHSTONE HOMES -— 9770 CHINGUACOUSY ROAD (SW 
HIGHWAY #7 AND CHINGUACOUSY ROAD) —- PART OF LOTS 9 AND 10, BLK. 331, 
CONC. 3 WHS. — WARD 6 (File G26SD) be deferred to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting 
of March 7, 2000. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 4, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — MIA PROPERTIES (DARCEL HOMES) — TWIN PINE CRESCENT 
(LOT 71) - WARD 2 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That the application for a 8.86 square metres (95.4 square feet) ground sign on Twin Pine 
Crescent, Lot 71 of the Darcel Homes lots on the north side of Sandalwood Parkway east of Van 
Kirk Drive, be approved; and, 


That the approval be for a temporary period and the sign shall be removed by January 4, 2002, or 
when the site is developed, whichever comes first; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 4, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — BLOCKBUSTER VIDEO — 1630 GREAT LAKES DRIVE — WARD 10 
(File G26SI) be received; and, 


That the application for a 12.22 square metres (131 square feet) wall sign on the east elevation of 
the Blockbuster Video Store at 1630 Great Lakes Drive, within the Trinity Common site, be 
approved; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the delegation of Ms. Shelley Muzylo, of Outdoor Opportunities Inc., to the Sign Variance 
Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATIONS — 
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (RAILWAY CORRIDOR) be received; and, 


That the correspondence from Ms. Shelley Muzylo, Outdoor Opportunities Inc., dated January 31, 
2000, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATIONS — CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (RAILWAY CORRIDOR) be 
received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (RAILWAY CORRIDOR) — 
SOUTHWEST QUEEN STREET EAST AND ELLIOTT STREET — WARD 4 (File G26SI) 
be deferred to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 


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SV011-2000 


SV012-2000 


SV013-2000 


SV014-2000 


G2. 


C052-2000 


2000 02 14 


APPLICATION — CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (RAILWAY CORRIDOR) — 
NORTHEAST QUADRANT HIGHWAY #7 AND RAILROAD CORRIDOR — WARD 2 
(File G26SI) be deferred to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (RAILWAY CORRIDOR) — WEST 
MCLAUGHLIN, NORTHWEST HAROLD STREET — WARD 4 (File G26SI) be deferred to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000. 


That the report from C. Sherman, Supervisor of Property Standards and By-Law Enforcement, 
Legal Services, dated January 17, 2000, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 
2000, re: TRINITY COMMON UPDATE (File G26SD) be received; and, 


That a report go forward to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of February 21, 2000 
from the Chief Building Official and the Legal Services Department with respect to outstanding 
legal action against Trinity Common for Building Code offences. 


That the report from C. Sherman, Supervisor of Property Standards and By-Law Enforcement, 
Legal Services, dated January 24, 2000, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 
2000, re: 2X” LINE DEVELOPMENT SIGNAGE - PART OF LOTS 9 AND 10, BLK. 331, 
CONC. 3 WHS (File G26SI) be received. 


That the report from C. Sherman, Supervisor of Property Standards and By-Law Enforcement, 
Legal Services, dated January 24, 2000, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 
2000, re: REVIEW OF LEGAL AND ILLEGAL SIGNS — QUEEN STREET CORRIDOR — 
STATUS UPDATE (File G26SJ) be received; and, 

That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated November 16, 1999, 
to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of January 31, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — COLONY LINCOLN MERCURY SALES LTD. — 300 QUEEN STREET 
EAST — WARD 1 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That a variance for a ground sign close to the two accesses to the Ford Lincoln Mercury Sales Ltd. 
car dealership on 300 Queen Street East, be approved to a maximum height of 9.35 metres; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit; and, 

That the applicant shall ensure that the municipal address number is placed on the sign. 

That the Sign Variance Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Tuesday, March 7, 2000, at 
2:30 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 

PLANNING AND BUILDING COMMITTEE - February 7, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the Minutes of the Planning and Building Committee Meeting held February 7, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of February 14, 2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 


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PB030-2000 


PB031-2000 


PB032-2000 


PB033-2000 


2000 02 14 


CARRIED 


That the Agenda for the Planning & Building Committee Meeting dated February 7, 2000, be 
approved as amended to add: 


D1. Delegation of Mr. Robert Lackey, Candevcon Limited, ree CANDEVCON LIMITED - 
284 ORENDA ROAD - WARD 8 (File C3E2.5)(See Item G 1). 


L 4. Motion re: BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD MEMBERSHIP (File G33). 


That the delegation of Mr. Robert Lackey, Candevcon Limited, to the Planning and Building 
Committee meeting of February 7, 2000, re: CANDEVCON LIMITED - 284 ORENDA 
ROAD - WARD 8 (File C3E2.5) be received; and, 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated January 19, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 7, 2000, re: 
CANDEVCON LIMITED - 284 ORENDA ROAD - WARD 8 (File C3E2.5) be referred to 

the City Council Meeting of February 14, 2000. 


That the report from R. Nykyforchyn, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated January 28, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 7, 2000, re: 
OMNIBUS (HOUSEKEEPING) AMENDMENT - PART OF LOT 12, CONCESSION 5 
E.H.S. - WARD 10 (File GO2BR) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to: 


1. initiate an application to amend the zoning by-law to rezone the City owned portion of the 
property for “OS” purposes, and rezone the remaining lands, not owned by the City, with the 
same R1C-Section 846 zone category as the abutting residential lands to the east; 


2. hold a public meeting in accordance with City Council procedures; and, 


3. Subject to the results of the Public Meeting, staff be directed to prepare an amendment to the 
zoning by-law for the consideration of City Council. 


That the report from N. Grady, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
February 1, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 7, 2000, re: 
SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW - ST. MARGUERITE d’?YOUVILLE SECONDARY SCHOOL - 
WARD 10 (File C4E15.2) be received; and, 


That a public meeting be held in accordance with City Council’s adopted procedures. 


That subject to the results of the public meeting, the application be approved subject to the 
following conditions: 


1. The Official Plan Amendment shall amend the Sandringham-Wellington Secondary Plan 
land use schedule to: 


(a) delete the Medium Density Residential” designation located on the south side of 


the first designated collector road that is south of Countryside Drive on the east 
side of Dixie Road 


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(b) 


delete the “Neighbourhood Commercial”, “Highway Commercial” designations 
located on the north side of the first designated collector road that is south of 
Countryside Drive on the east side of Dixie Road provided that the applicant has 
demonstrated to the satisfaction of the City that the commercial land use 
designations can be successfully re-introduced at the south-east corner of 
Countryside Drive and Airport Road. 


The lands designated “Separate High School” as shown on Map | of this report shall be 
rezoned from an “Agricultural (A) zone category to an Institutional One (Il) zone 
category as per Comprehensive Area Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended. 


Development of the site designated “Separate High School” shall be subject to a 
development agreement that shall contain the following provisions: 


a) 


b) 


g) 


h) 


i) 


j) 


Prior to the issuance of a building permit, a site development plan, fencing plan, 
landscape plan, grading and drainage plan, elevation cross section drawings, a 
fire protection plan and engineering and servicing plans shall be approved by 
the City and the Region of Peel, according to their areas of jurisdiction, and 
appropriate securities shall be deposited with the City and the Region to ensure 
implementation of these plans in accordance with the City’s site plan review 
process. 


The applicant shall grant easements to the appropriate authorities as may be 
required, for the installation of utilities and municipal services to service the 
lands. 


The applicant shall agree that all lighting on the site shall be designed and 
oriented to minimize glare on abutting properties and streets. 


All mechanical roof top units shall be screened to the satisfaction of the City. 


The applicant shall agree that on-site waste collection shall be provided through 
a private waste hauler. 


The applicant shall make arrangements satisfactory to the Region of Peel for the 
gratuitous conveyance of a road widening along Dixie Road sufficient to secure 
22.5 metres from the centreline of Dixie Road. 


The applicant shall agree to convey 0.3 metre reserves to the Region of Peel 
along Dixie Road, except at approved access locations. 


The applicant shall make arrangements satisfactory to the Region of Peel for the 
provision of 15 metre daylight triangles at the future east/west collector road 
intersection and Dixie Road. 


Prior to the issuance of a building permit, the applicant shall make arrangements 
satisfactory to the City and the Region of Peel for access to the subject lands. 


The applicant shall agree to file the necessary applications to re-locate the 


Neighbourhood Commercial and Highway Commercial uses displaced as a part 
of this application and to file and prepare a draft subdivision application and 


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PB034-2000 


HBO001-2000 


HBO002-2000 


HB003-2000 


HB004-2000 


HB005-2000 


2000 02 14 


amendment to the Secondary Plan, and agree to finalize said applications up to 
and including an Ontario Municipal Board hearing, if necessary. 


That the Minutes of the BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD dated January 26, 2000, to the 
Planning & Building Committee meeting of February 7, 2000, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


That the Agenda for the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting dated January 26, 2000 be approved, 
as amended, to add: 


7.3 Verbal report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, re: IMPLEMENTATION OF DEMOLITION CONTROL BY-LAW 
(File G33). 


7.4 Verbal report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, re: CULTURAL HERITAGE ANALYSIS OF VALES OF 
CASTLEMORE SECONDARY PLAN EXPANSION AREA (File G33). 


7.5 Discussion re: TMOTHY RICHARDS — REPLICAS (File G33). 


9.6 Correspondence from Michael Langford, Director, Heritage and Libraries Branch, 
Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation, dated January 5, 2000, re: 
ONTARIO HERITAGE WEEK 2000 (File G33). 


9.7 Correspondence from Maureen Couse, Curatorial Assistant, Peel Heritage Complex, 
dated January 10, 2000, re: ONTARIO HERITAGE DAY CELEBRATIONS — PEEL 
HERITAGE COMPLEX — SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2000 (File G3 


9.8 Globe and Mail Newspaper Column by John Barber, dated January 25, 2000, re: 
“HISTORICAL PRESERVATION IS ALL THAT’S LEFT TO BUILD ON” (File 
G33). 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of November 25, 1999, to the 
Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of January 26, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of December 20, 1999, to the 
Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of January 26, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


That the matter of the DESIGNATION OF THE HERITAGE BRIDGE —- CREDITVIEW 
RIVER — NORTH OF STEELES (File G33) be referred to the Commissioner of Works and 
Transportation for a report back to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000. 


That the correspondence from Michael Langford, Director, Heritage and Libraries Branch, 
Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation, dated January 5, 2000, to the Brampton 
Heritage Board Meeting of January 26, 2000, ree ONTARIO HERITAGE WEEK 2000 (File 
G33) be received; and, 


That the correspondence from Maureen Couse, Curatorial Assistant, Peel Heritage Complex, 
dated January 10, 2000, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: 
ONTARIO HERITAGE DAY CELEBRATIONS — PEEL HERITAGE COMPLEX — 
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2000 (File G33) be received; and, 


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HB006-2000 


HB007-2000 


HB008-2000 


HB009-2000 


HBO010-2000 


HBO011-2000 


HBO012-2000 


HBO013-2000 


2000 02 14 


That the Brampton Heritage Board participate in the Ontario Heritage Day Celebrations at the 
Peel Heritage Complex, Sunday, February 20, 2000, by setting up and staffing a display; and, 


That the Town Crier be invited to participate at City Council on January 31, 2000 during reading 
of the Ontario Heritage Week in Brampton proclamation; and at the Peel Heritage Complex for 
the Heritage Day Celebrations; and that an honorarium be paid in the amount of $100.00. 


That a subcommittee of the Brampton Heritage Board be established to work out the details with 
respect to the ANNUAL MEETING OF THE JOINT LACAC’S OF PEEL (File G33); and, 


That the subcommittee consist of City Councillor S. DiMarco and H. DiDomizio; and, 


That the subcommittee bring forward a proposed date for this event to the Brampton Heritage 
Board Meeting of March 1, 2000; and, 


That the subcommittee present its recommendations for all other details with respect to this event 
to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000. 


That the verbal report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: 
IMPLEMENTATION OF DEMOLITION CONTROL BY-LAW (File G33) be received. 


That the verbal report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: CULTURAL 
HERITAGE ANALYSIS OF VALES OF CASTLEMORE SECONDARY PLAN 
EXPANSION AREA (File G33) be deferred to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 
1, 2000. 


That the information re: DRAFT TERMS OF REFERENCE — REVIEW AND UPDATE OF 
THE CITY OF BRAMPTON INVENTORY OF HERITAGE RESOURCES (File G33), to 
the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of January 26, 2000, be received. 


That the correspondence from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, to Mr. Patrick Burfoot, Chair, Churchville Heritage Committee, dated December 13, 
1999, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO 

CREATE TWO ADDITIONAL LOTS ON CHURCHVILLE ROAD (File G33) be received. 


That the correspondence from S. Partridge, Intermediate Planner, Region of Peel, dated December 
16, 1999, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: HERITAGE 
MATTERS WORKSHOP — SEPTEMBER 29, 1999 - PRESENTATION OVERHEADS 
(File G33) be received. 


That the correspondence from T. Wlazlo, Chair, Heritage Thorold LACAC, dated December 15, 
1999, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: MILLENNIUM 
FUNDING PROPOSAL — THOROLD 1812 TRAIL (File G33) be received. 


That the correspondence from the Ontario Municipal Board, dated January 13, 2000, to the 
Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: METRUS CENTRAL 
PROPERTIES LTD — APPEAL TO ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD — PROPOSED 
AMENDMENT TO THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND THE BRAMWEST SECONDARY PLAN 


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HBO014-2000 


HBO015-2000 


PB035-2000 


PB036-2000 


PB037-2000 


2000 02 14 


— NORTHEAST QUADRANT STEELES AVENUE AND MISSISSAUGA ROAD (File 
C4W1.3) be received. 


That the Globe and Mail Newspaper Column by John Barber, distributed at the Brampton 
Heritage Board Meeting of January 26, 2000, re: “HISTORICAL PRESERVATION IS ALL 
THAT’S LEFT TO BUILD ON?” (File G33) be received. 


That the Brampton Heritage Board do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, March 1, 2000, 
at 7:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated January 20, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 7, 2000, re: 
AN APPEAL BY JOSE FARIAS, MARIA FARIAS AND RICARDO FARIAS OF THE 
COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT’S REFUSAL OF MINOR VARIANCE APPLICATION 
A267/99 - 443 ARCHDEKIN DRIVE - WARD 1 (File G31 A267/99) be received; and, 


That City Council direct Planning and Legal Services staff to attend the February 21, 2000 
Ontario Municipal Board hearing respecting application A267/99 in support of the Committee of 
Adjustment’s decision to refuse this application. 


That the report from T. Goodeve, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
January 18, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 7, 2000, re: AN 
APPEAL BY VIJYAM PILLAI, SARAS WATI PILLAI AND RUKMANI PILLAY OF 
THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT’S REFUSAL OF MINOR VARIANCE 
APPLICATION A261/99 - 90 JADE CRESCENT - WARD 11 (File G31 A261/99) be 
received; and, 


That City Council direct Planning and Legal Services staff to attend the February 21, 2000 
Ontario Municipal Board hearing respecting application A261/99 in support of the Committee of 
Adjustment’s decision to refuse this application. 


That the public meetings be formally constituted as part of the regular Planning and Building 
Committee Agenda to commence at 7:00 p.m. on the first Monday of each month unless otherwise 
notified by the City Clerk; and, 


That the report from J. Corbett, Director, Planning & Development Services, Planning and 
Building Department, dated January 28, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of 
February 7, 2000, re: REVISED PROTOCOL FOR THE PROCESSING OF 
DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS (File G24PL) be received; and, 


That staff be authorized to schedule public meetings for all development applications without 
prior direction from Planning and Building Committee provided that the following procedure is 


followed: 


> all applications submitted to the City would proceed to a public meeting in accordance with 
the Planning Act; 


> in accordance with current practice, City and Regional Councillors will be notified 
immediately of all new applications affecting their respective wards; 


> staff would schedule public meetings and arrange notification based on the following criteria; 


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PB038-2000 


PB039-2000 


G3. 


C053-2000 


2000 02 14 


(1) a“complete” application must be submitted in accordance with the Planning Act and 
City Council policy; 


(i) consultation with affected City and Regional Councillors with respect to the specifics of 
the proposal, scheduling of the public meeting and extent of notification area; 


(iii) technical clearance from the City’s Development Team must be secured prior to the 
scheduling of a public meeting; and, 


(iv) a public meeting will normally be scheduled within 45 days of the submission of a 
“complete” application to meet the timing requirements of the Planning Act. 


That Planning and Building Committee Agendas be revised to include a brief staff presentation 
for each report not included on the consent agenda; 


That Planning and Building Committee consider deferring an item in instances where extensive 
written material or alternative resolutions/recommendations are submitted to Committee without 
notice or prior review by staff or the Committee members; and, 


That Planning Staff be authorized to release reports to applicants and/or their representatives 
subsequent to approval by the city Manager (generally 6 days in advance of the Planning and 
Building Committee meeting). 


Whereas membership on the Brampton Heritage Board has been reduced from 11 to 8 as a result 
of recent resignations; and, 


Whereas this reduction has resulted in difficulty for the Board in meeting quorum at meetings and 
arranging sub-committees; and, 


Whereas the current term of the Board expires on November 30, 2000 and the cost and time 
commitment of advertising for replacement members would not be practical for this short period; 
and, 


Whereas Council has authorized the Brampton Heritage Board to put forward nominations; and, 


Therefore be it Resolved that Mr. Warren Hope, 35 David Street, Brampton, be appointed to the 
Brampton Heritage Board for the duration of the current term expiring November 30, 2000. 


That the Planning & Building Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, February 21, 
2000 at 1:00 p.m. 
COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE - February 9, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the minutes of the Community Services Committee Meeting of February 9, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of February 14, 2000, Recommendations CS001-2000 to CS020-2000, be 
approved as printed and circulated. 

CARRIED 


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CS001-2000 


CS002-2000 


CS003-2000 


CS004-2000 


CS005-2000 


CS006-2000 


CS007-2000 


CS008-2000 


2000 02 14 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Community Services Committee Meeting dated February 9, 2000 be 
approved, as amended, to add: 


K 2. Discussion re: SKATEBOARD PARK (File R21). 
K3. Discussion re: ROSALEA PARK (File R15). 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, D. Metzak, R. Peddle, 
Millennium Committee Co-Chairs, and H. McLoughlin, Millennium Committee Project Manager, 
dated January 25, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of February 9, 2000, re: 
MILLENNIUM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE — JANUARY PROMOTIONS STATUS 
REPORT (File G27) be received. 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, D. Metzak, R. Peddle, 
Millennium Committee Co-Chairs, and H. McLoughlin, Millennium Committee Project Manager, 
dated January 25, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of February 9, 2000, re: 
MILLENNIUM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE — JANUARY EVENTS STATUS REPORT 
(File G27) be received. 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, D. Metzak, R. Peddle, 
Millennium Committee Co-Chairs, and H. McLoughlin, Millennium Committee Project Manager, 
dated January 25, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of February 9, 2000, re: 
MILLENNIUM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE — JANUARY MASCOT STATUS REPORT 
(File G27) be received. 


That the report from L. Bloom, Manager of Business Operations, Community Services, dated 
February 1, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of February 9, 2000, re: 
SENIOR CITIZENS’ SERVICES (File R48) be received; and, 


That, subject to budget approval, staff continues to provide the services at the existing levels as 
outlined in the aforementioned report; and, 


That staff continues to research the demographics, program, service and space demands for the 
senior citizen population, and the related financial implications. 


That the report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Fire and Emergency Services, Community Services, 
dated January 21, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of February 9, 2000, re: 
FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES MONTHLY STATISTICS — DECEMBER 1999 
(File DOS) be received. 


That the Community Services Committee supports, in principle, the capital financing of the 
Fire/Life Safety Education Centre; and, 


That the capital financing for the Fire/Life Safety Education Centre be referred to the 2000 
Capital Budget Committee for consideration for some funding and a report from the 
Commissioner of Community Services. 


That the report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Fire and Emergency Services, Community Services, 


dated January 6, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of February 9, 2000, re: 
FIRE/LIFE SAFETY EDUCATION CENTRE (File D05) be received; and, 


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CS009-2000 


CS010-2000 


CS011-2000 


CS012-2000 


CS013-2000 


CS014-2000 


CS015-2000 


2000 02 14 


That the Proposal for the Architectural and Interior Design Services for the Fire/Life Safety 
Education Centre, as included with the aforementioned report, be received; and, 


That the design team headed by Larry Benville, Larry Benville Designs, be approved as the 
consultants for the project at an upset price of $40,000.00 to be paid from sponsorship financing 
and a capital account be set up for this purpose; and, 


That $33,000.00 be transferred from account 200250 001 0210 0001 to this capital project, and 
that these funds be repaid to the City from monies raised by the Board of Directors of the 
Fire/Life Safety Education Centre; and that the $7,000.00 received to date as donations be 
transferred to the capital account. 


That the correspondence from Regional Councillor R. Begley, dated January 11, 2000, to H. 
Newlove, Director of Recreation Facilities and Programs, Community Services, to the Community 
Services Committee Meeting of February 9, 2000, re: RECOGNITION — DALE TURPIN, 
EMPLOYEE, PROFESSOR’S LAKE RECREATION CENTRE (File H00) be received. 


That the correspondence from Ms. L. Russell, P.O. Box 52, Caledon, to S. Bonello, Coordinator 
of Special Needs, Community Services, dated January 14, 2000, to the Community Services 
Committee Meeting of February 9, 2000, re: RECOGNITION — PROGRAMS FOR 
INDIVIDUALS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS (File R45) be received. 


That the correspondence from Mr. K. Condie, President, Brampton Men’s Horseshoe Club, to B. 
Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated December 9, 1999, to the Community 
Services Committee Meeting of February 9, 2000, re: RECOGNITION — PARKS AND 
RECREATION STAFF (File H00) be received. 


That the recommendations contained in the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative 
Services, Works and Transportation, dated October 28, 1999, re: LEASH FREE ZONE — 
WHITE SPRUCE PARK (File S05), be referred back to staff of the Works and Transportation 
and Community Services Departments, to consult with stakeholders and political representatives, 
consider additional sites, and once done, report back to the Community Services Committee; and, 


That, because of safety concerns, staff be directed to provide better signage concerning children’s 
access to the off-leash area to indicate that it is recommended that children 10 years and under not 
enter the park. 


That the Commissioner of Community Services be directed to bring forward a report to the 
Community Services Committee Meeting of March 1, 2000 providing full details on the 
SKATEBOARD PARK (File R21), to include which locations are being considered for this use. 


That the Commissioner of Community Services be directed to bring forward a report to the 
Community Services Committee Meeting of April 3, 2000, providing full details on the proposed 
future use for Rosalea Park, to include information on the extension of Ken Whillans Drive, on 
the walkways, and on the proposed future use for the parking lot and baseball diamond. 


That the MINUTES OF THE BRAMPTON SAFE CITY ASSOCIATION — BOARD OF 


DIRECTORS MEETING OF NOVEMBER 18, 1999 (File G10), to the Community Services 
Committee Meeting of February 9, 2000, be received. 


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CS016-2000 


CS017-2000 


CS018-2000 


CS019-2000 


CS020-2000 


That the MINUTES OF THE MILLENNIUM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING OF 
NOVEMBER 30, 1999 (File G27), to the Community Services Committee Meeting of February 
9, 2000, be received. 


That the MINUTES OF THE MILLENNIUM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING OF 
DECEMBER 14, 1999 (File G27), to the Community Services Committee Meeting of February 
9, 2000, be received. 


That the MINUTES OF THE MILLENNIUM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING OF 
JANUARY 11, 2000 (File G27), to the Community Services Committee Meeting of February 9, 
2000, be received. 


That the MINUTES OF THE MILLENNIUM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING OF 
JANUARY 25, 2000 (File G27), to the Community Services Committee Meeting of February 9, 
2000, be received. 


That the Community Services Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, March 1, 
2000, at 1:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 


H1. 


H1A. 


Report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
January 19, 2000, ree CANDEVCON LIMITED- 284 ORENDA ROAD - WARD 8 (File 
C3E2.5) (This item was referred by the Planning and Building Committee of February 7,2000, 
Recommendation PB031-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C047-2000 

Supplementary Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, - 

dated February 9, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY- 
LAW - PART LOT 2, CONCESSION 3 E.H.S. — 284 ORENDA ROAD — WARD 8 (File C3E2.5). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C047-2000 


I. CORRESPONDENCE 


11. 


C054-2000 


2000 02 14 


Correspondence from Heather Picken, President, Brampton Board of Trade, dated January 26, 2000, re: 
ROYAL CANADIAN GOLF ASSOCIATION PROPOSAL (File P11/P46). 


Mayor Robertson advised along with the Golf Course Proposal on the Claireville Conservation 
Lands and it is anticipated that there will be horseback riding trails as well as open space for 
public use. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the correspondence from Heather Picken President, Brampton Board of Trade, dated January 26, 2000 
to the Council Meeting of February 14, 2000, re: ROYAL CANADIAN GOLF ASSOCIATION 
PROPOSAL (File P11/P46) be received. 

CARRIED 


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12. Correspondence from Mr. Peter Weston, President, Weston Consulting, dated February 11, 2000, 

re: UPSCALE EXECUTIVE HOUSING STUDY — OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDEMENT -— 
OP93-130 (File PO3EX) 
DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E 2, RESOLUTION C049-2000 

J. RESOLUTIONS 

J1. RESOLUTION —- BRAMPTON GUN CLUB (File P26). 

DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E3, RESOLUTION C050-2000 

K. NOTICE OF MOTION - nil 

L. PETITIONS - nil 

M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS - nil 

N. TENDERS 

* Nl. Contract 2000-002 - GRASS CUTTING OF PARKLANDS, BOULEVARDS, 
CEMETERIES, BUFFERS, ROADSIDE DITCHES AND OTHER VARIOUS 
LOCATIONS (File F81). 
City Councillor Hames inquired to whether the areas listed within the contract were status quo 
from previous years or if there were additional areas for grasscutting added. B. Cranch, 
Commissioner of Community Services advised that the areas had not changed, and if there is a 
need for increase of service levels it should be discussed during budget deliberations. 
Discussion took place with regards to why some of the tenders listed in the contract exceeded 
budget and had to be re-tendered and why some of the specifications had to be reinvestigated. 
Regional Councillor Palleschi requested that when problems like this occur, they should be 
brought to the attention of Council. 

C055—2000 Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 
That the Contract 2000-002 to the Council Meeting of February 14, 2000 - GRASS CUTTING 
OF PARKLANDS, BOULEVARDS, CEMETERIES, BUFFERS, ROADSIDE DITCHES 
AND OTHER VARIOUS LOCATIONS (File F81) be received; and 
THAT, the contract be awarded as follows for the term of April 1, 2000 to October 31, 2000, to 
the most responsive and responsible bids received; 

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2000 02 14 


DESCRIPTION AWARDED CONTRACTOR AMOUNT 
Part 1, Area 1 Avanti Contracting Ltd. $23,872.13 

- North East District Parks. 

Part 1, Area 2 - Toronto Gore Gore Landscaping & Enterprises $9,961.70 

District Parks Ltd. 

Part 1, Area 2 — South East District | Cancelled Exceeds budget & 

Parks to be re-tendered 

Part 1, Area 3 - North West District | Greenspace Services Ltd. $30,528.83 

Parks 

Part 1, Area 5 — South West Cancelled Exceeds budget & 

District Parks (70.5 hectares) to be re-tendered 

Part 1, Area 5 — South West Greenspace Services Ltd. $23,945.53 

District Parks (27.8 hectares) 

Part 2, Area 1 — North East District | Cancelled Specifications 

Boulevards and Buffers revised & 
re-tendered 

Part 2, Area 2 — Toronto Gore Cancelled Specifications 

District Parks Boulevards and revised & 

Buffers re-tendered 

Part 2, Area 2 — South East District | Cancelled Specifications 

Boulevards and Buffers revised & 
re-tendered 

Part 2, Area 3 — North West Cancelled Specifications 

District Boulevards and Buffers revised & 
re-tendered 

Part 2, Area 5 — South West Cancelled Specifications 

District Boulevards and Buffers revised & 


re-tendered 


Part 3, Area 2 — South East District | Greg Leyzac Contracting $247.17 
Parks 

Part 3, Area 2 — Toronto Gore Greg Leyzac Contracting $459.03 
District Parks 

Part 3, Area 3 — North West Greg Leyzac Contracting $1,341.78 


District Parks 


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2000 02 14 


Part 3, Area 5 — South West Greg Leyzac Contracting $353.10 

District Parks 

Part 4, Area 1 — North East District | Greg Leyzac Contracting $635.58 

Parks 

Part 4, Area 2 — South East District | Greg Leyzac Contracting $776.82 

Parks 

Part 4, Area 5 — South West Greg Leyzac Contracting $105.93 

District Parks 

Part 5 — Brampton East Rural Grey Leyzac Contracting $6,739.40 

Roads 

Part 5 — Brampton West Rural Greg Leyzac Contracting $6,983.36 

Roads 

Part 6 — Area 5, Huttonville Millers Grasscutting $1,445.95 

Part 6 — Area 5, Churchville Park Millers Grasscutting $4,065.60 

Part 6 — Area 5 — Eldorado Park Avanti Contracting Ltd. $12,454.80 

Part 7 — Area 1, North East District | Cancelled Exceeds budget 
& to be re- 
tendered 

Part 7 — Area 2, South East District | Cancelled Exceeds budget 
& to be re- 
tendered 

Part 7 — Area 2, Toronto Gore Cancelled Exceeds budget 

District & to be re- 
tendered 

Part 7 — Area 3, North West Cancelled Exceeds budget 

District & to be re- 
tendered 

Part 7 — Area 5, South West Cancelled Exceeds budget 

District & to be re- 
tendered 

Part 8 — Abandoned Cemeteries — Cancelled Exceeds budget 

16 Locations & to be re- 
tendered 

Part 9 — City Wide Ditches and Cancelled Specifications 

Slopes revised & 


re-tendered 


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That staff be authorized to extend Contract No. 2000-002 subject to budget approval, performance 
and successful negotiations for each and every year thereafter for the term of April 1, 2001 to 
October 30, 2004; and 


That the Community Services Department should be authorized to include the cost of the 2000 
portion of this contract in their 2000 Current Budget. 


CARRIED 


O. BY-LAWS 


C056-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That By-laws 22-2000 to 25-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of February 14, 2000, be 
given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 
and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


22-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended - Application to Amend 
the Zoning By-Law — Harvest Worship Centre, Part Lot 12, Concession 1, W.H.S. — 6 
Lowry Drive —Ward 2 (File C1W12.4) (See Item F 1). 


23-2000 To adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-130 - Official Plan Amendment — Upscale 
Executive Housing Study (File PO3EX) (See Items E 2 and F 2). 


24-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended - Tempson Holdings 
Limited — Transmittal of the Zoning By-Law for a Draft Approved Subdivision, Lot 15, 
Concession 1, W.H.S. - Ward 2 (File: C1W15.13 and 21T-98032B) (See Item F 3). 

25-2000 To prevent the application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-1340 


CARRIED 


Council recessed at 2:55 p.m. and returned at 3:10 p.m. 


CLOSED SESSION 


At 3:10 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C057-2000 


Moved by Regional Councillor Begley 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 
> security of the property of the municipality or local board 


CARRIED 


Council moved back into Open Session at 5:40 p.m. 


2000 02 14 


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P. BY-LAWS 
That By-laws 25-2000 to 26-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of February 14, 2000, be 
given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 
and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


C058-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


26-2000 To authorize the acquisition of certain lands for the future extension of Deerhurst Drive 
and Intermodal Drive 


27-2000 To confirm the proceedings of the Regular Council Meeting of February 14, 2000. 


Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C059-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, February 28, 2000 at 7:00 p.m., or at 


the call of the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 5:45 P.M. ON FEBRUARY 14, 2000 


PETER ROBERTSON, MAYOR 


L. J. MIKULICH, CITY CLERK 


2000 02 14 Page 27 of 27 


FEBRUARY 21, 2000 — 12:10 P.M. 
SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL 


THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 


COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 


2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


PRESENT Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley, Acting Mayor 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 — G. Miles 
City Councillor Ward | - B. Hunter (arrived at 12:50 p.m.) 
City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 
City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 
City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 
City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton (arrived at 12:17 p.m.) 
City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 
City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards (arrived at 12:23 p.m.) 
City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 
City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri (arrived at 12:50 p.m.) 
City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames 


ABSENT Mayor P. Robertson (vacation) 
Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell (vacation) 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi (vacation) 
City Councillor Ward 3 - B. Callahan (vacation) 


STAFF PRESENT 


Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 
Mr. B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 
Ms. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 


D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 


. A.D. 
Mr. J. A. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 
.JLG. 


G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 


MINUTES 
City Council 


A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C060-2000 Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That the Agenda for the February 21, 2000 Special Meeting be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - nil 


C. CLOSED SESSION 
At 12:15 p.m., the following Resolution was passed: 


C061-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


> personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board 


employees. 
CARRIED 


Council adjourned at 1:15 p.m. to commence and complete the Planning and Building Committee Meeting matters 
and reconvened at 2:26 p.m. into Closed Session. 


Council moved back in to Open Session at 3:23 p.m. 
E. BY-LAW 


C062-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 


That By-law 28-2000 before Council at its Special Meeting of February 21, 2000, be given the 
required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, and 
Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 
CARRIED 
28-2000 To confirm the proceedings for the Special Council Meeting held on February 21, 2000. 
F. ADJOURNMENT 


C0063-2000 Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That this Special Meeting of Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, February 28, 


2000 at 7:00 p.m. or at the call of the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


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THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 3:25 P.M. ON FEBRUARY 21, 2000. 


REGIONAL COUNCILLOR BEGLEY, ACTING MAYOR 


J. G. METRAS, ACTING CITY CLERK 


2000 02 21 Page 3 of 3 


FEBRUARY 28, 2000 — 6:10 P.M. 


REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


PRESENT Mayor P. Robertson 
Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley 
Regional Councillor Wards 1 and 5 - L. Bissell 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 — G. Miles 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi 
City Councillor Ward 1 - B. Hunter 
City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 
City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 
City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton 
City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 
City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards 
City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 
City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 
City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames 


ABSENT City Councillor L. Jeffrey — Ward 2 (illness) 
City Councillor B. Callahan — Ward 3 (vacation) 


STAFF PRESENT Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 

Mr. R. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 

Ms. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 

Mr. A. D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 
Mr. J. A. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. J. G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 
Mr. P. Caine, Treasurer, Corporate Services 

Mr. V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services 

Mr. L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services 

Mrs. W. Cooke, Legislative Coordiantor, Legal Services 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


CLOSED SESSION 
APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
CONSENT MOTION 
PROCLAMATIONS 
ANNOUNCEMENTS 
DELEGATIONS 
REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 
COMMITTEE REPORTS 
UNFINISHED BUSINESS 
CORRESPONDENCE 
RESOLUTIONS 

NOTICE OF MOTION 
PETITIONS 

OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 
TENDERS 

BY-LAWS 

CLOSED SESSION 
BY-LAW 
ADJOURNMENT 


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CLOSED SESSION 


At 6:10 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C063-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Sprovieri 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 

> personal matters about an identifiable individual , including municipal or local board 
employees. 

> proposed or pending acquisition of land for municipal or local board purposes. 


CARRIED 


Council moved in to Open Session at 7:10 p.m. 


A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C0064-2000 


Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the Agenda for the February 28, 2000 Regular Council Meeting be approved as amended to 
delete Item E 3. Brampton Symphony Orchestra, re: Third Annual Viennese Ball — April 1, 2000 
(File ). 

CARRIED 


B. CONFLICT OF INTEREST - nil 
C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
Ci. REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING - February 14, 2000 
C065-2000 Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 
That the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held February 14, 2000 be approved as printed and 
circulated. 
CARRIED 
C2. SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING — FEBRUARY 21, 2000 
C066-2000 Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 
That the Minutes of the Special Council Meeting held February 21, 2000 be approved as printed 
and circulated. 
CARRIED 
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D. CONSENT MOTION 


C067-2000 


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Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 


That Council hereby approved 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: 


That the report from John Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated February 14, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: TRANSMITTAL OF THE ZONING 
BY-LAW & OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT DOCUMENTS, IAN JOHNSON 
ARCHITECT INC. — ROTARY CLUB OF BRAMPTON COMMUNITY CENTRE - LOT 
5, CONCESSION 4, W.HLS. - WARD 6 (File C4W5.4) be received; and 


That City Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the development agreement; and 
That By-law 33-2000 be passed to adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-129; and, 
That By-law 34-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88; and 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


That the report from John Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated February 18, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: REQUEST TO AMEND THE 
CONDITIONS OF DRAFT PLAN APPROVAL AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
ZONING BY-LAW — FLETCHCREEK DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED (TRANSMITTAL 
OF THE ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT DOCUMENT) PART OF LOT 10, 
CONCESSION 2, W.HLS. - WARD 6 (File C2W10.6/21T-95010B) be received; and 


That By-law 35-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88; and 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


That the correspondence from Ms. Donna Northeast, Chair, Board of Directors, William Osler 
Health Centre, Brampton Memorial Hospital Campus, dated February 15, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: STATUS OF THE REDEVELOPMENT PLANS FOR THE 
BRAMPTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CAMPUS (File C20) be received. 


That the correspondence from the Association of Municipalities of Ontario, dated February 11, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: RESOLUTION FROM THE COUNCIL 
OF THE COUNTY OF HASTINGS — PROVINCIAL DOWNLOADING (File G65) be 
received. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Steven Mahoney, M.P., Mississauga West, dated January 24, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: BRAMPTON INSTITUTE OF 
TECHNOLOGY (File C25) be received. 

CARRIED 


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PROCLAMATIONS 
1. Proclamation — PHARMACY AWARENESS WEEK - March 6 — 12, 2000 
Mayor Robertson read the proclamation. 
ANNOUNCEMENTS 


1. FIRST ANNUAL NATIONAL WOMEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP AT 
BRAMPTON CENTRE FOR SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT (File ROO) (See Item F 4). 


Mr. Bill Dalton from the National Women’s Hockey League, Sammi-Jo Small and Teresa 
Delmonte from the Brampton Thunder announced the First Annual Women’s Hockey League 
Championship to be held at the Brampton Centre for Sports and Entertainment and broadcasted on 
the Women’s Television Network on Saturday March 18, 2000 at 5:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 
19, 2000 at 7:00 p.m. He also advised that the cup that will be presented to the winner would be 
unveiled at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 18, 2000. They thanked the City of Brampton for their 
ongoing support of the National Women’s Hockey League. 


Item F 4 was brought forward and dealt with at this time. 


C068-2000 Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the report from D. Doan, Manager of Policy, Development and Special Services, Community 
Services, dated February 23, 2000 to the Council Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: WIN (WOMEN’S 
TELEVISION NETWORK) NWHL (NATIONAL WOMEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE) 
CHAMPIONSHIP 2000 (File ROO) be received; and 


The budget for the National Women’s Hockey League Championship event be set at $30 000 in 
accordance with Appendix A attached to the report from D. Doan Manager of Policy, Development and 
Special Services, Community Services dated February 23, 2000 and that additional funding of $15 000 be 
provided from the 2000 Current Budget, Account 200889001 0151 0001. 


CARRIED 


2. COCA COLA INDUSTRIES TO LOCATE NEW PLANT IN BRAMPTON 


City Councillor Hames announced that Coca-Cola Bottling Company would be locating their 
newest plant in the City of Brampton, with an anticipated opening of 2001. She advised that this 
is the largest investment that Coca-Cola has made in the last 15 years. She complimented the hard 
work of the Economic Development Staff for assisting in bringing the Coca-Cola Bottling 
Company to Brampton. 


3. PETE’S PADDYFEST — MARCH 17, 2000 AT THE BRAMPTON CENTRE FOR SPORTS 
AND ENTERTAINMENT. 


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Mayor Robertson advised that there are still tickets available for ‘Pete’s Paddyfest’ his fundraiser 
for the Arts on March 17,2000 at the Brampton Centre for Sports and Entertainment. He 
highlighted the various talent that will be performing at the event that will headlined by Natalie 
McMaster, Fiddler. 


E. DELEGATIONS 


El. 


C069-2000 


B22: 


C070-2000 


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The Menardi Family, Menardi Iron Design, re: PRESENTATION OF AN ORNAMENTAL 
IRON RENDERING OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON COATS OF ARMS (File R00). 


Mr. John Menardi, Menardi Iron Design together with his family presented an ornamental iron 
rendering of the City of Brampton Coats of Arms which will be displayed in the Council 
Chambers at City Hall. 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the delegation of the Menardi Family, Menardi Iron Design to the Council Meeting of 
February 28, 2000, re: PRESENTATION OF AN ORNAMENTAL IRON RENDERING OF 
THE CITY OF BRAMPTON COATS OF ARMS (File R00) be received; and 


That the Menardi Family be thanked for their generous donation to the City of Brampton. 


CARRIED 


Bruce Hay, Manager of Parks Operations, Recreation Planning, Development and Parks 
Operations, Community Services and Mr. Alan Hickman, Brampton Horticultural Society, re: 
PRESENTATION OF THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY’S JA CARROLL AWARD TO 
MR. DOUG PATON, CITY OF BRAMPTON GARDNER (File R00). 


B. Hay, Manager of Parks Operations, Recreation Planning, Development and Parks Operations, 
Community Services and Mr. Alan Hickman, Past President, Brampton Horticultural Society Mr. 
presented the Horticultural Society’s JA Carroll Award to Mr. Doug Paton, City of Brampton 
Gardner to recognize his achievements in horticulture. 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the delegation of Bruce Hay, Manager of Parks Operations, Recreation Planning, 
Development and Parks Operations, Community Services and Mr. Alan Hickman, Brampton 
Horticultural Society to the Council Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: PRESENTATION OF 
THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY’S JA CARROLL AWARD TO MR. DOUG PATON, 
CITY OF BRAMPTON GARDNER (File R00) be received; and 


That Mr. Paton be recognized for his outstanding achievements. 


CARRIED 


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E3. 


E4. 


C071-2000 


Brampton Symphony Orchestra, re: THIRD ANNUAL VIENNESE BALL —- APRIL 1, 2000 
(File C00). 


THIS ITEM WAS DELETED UNDER APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA, RESOLUTION 
C064-2000. 


Mr. Colin Chung, Gagnon, Law and Bozzo Urban Planners Limited, re: COUNCIL 
RESOLUTION C431-99 —- PARKLAND DEDICATION OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT 
(File F85) (See Item F 6). 


Mr. Colin Chung of Gagnon, Law and Bozzo, Urban Planners Limited requested clarification on 
Council Resolution C431-99 to whether it applied to site plans that were in the approval process at 
the time the resolution was passed. J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building advised 
that the site plan in question for New Park Place had revisions made to it after the resolution was 
passed so felt that it should be included under the provisions of the Council Resolution and further 
advised that their other client Brookstone Developments is willing to comply with the provisions 
of Resolution C431-99. 


Discussion took place regarding Developers who are utilizing the benefits with the reduced 
parkland dedication methods pertaining to the downtown area and their cost savings with regards 
to parkland dedication. 


Regional Councillor Bissell requested that Mr. Chung have further discussions with his client 
New Park Place Developments with regards to the requested enhancements to see if they would be 
willing to supply some of them and present their answer at the March 8, 2000 Council Meeting. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the delegation of Mr. Colin Chung, Gagnon, Law and Bozzo Urban Planners Limited to the 
Council Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: COUNCIL RESOLUTION C431-99 —- PARKLAND 
DEDICATION OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT (File F85) be received; and 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated February 23, 
2000, to the Council Meeting of February 28, 2000 re: REVISED PARKLAND DEDICATION 
AND ENHANCED DESIGN FEATURES FOR DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON 
TOWNHOUSE PROJECTS (File F85) be deferred to the Council Meeting of March 8, 2000. 


CARRIED 


F. REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


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Report from John Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated February 14, 2000, re: 
TRANSMITTAL OF THE ZONING BY-LAW & OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT 
DOCUMENTS, IAN JOHNSON ARCHITECT INC. —- ROTARY CLUB OF BRAMPTON 
COMMUNITY CENTRE - LOT 5, CONCESSION 4, W.HLS. - WARD 6 (File C4WS.4) (See 
By-laws 34-2000 and 35-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C067-2000 


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F3; 
C072-2000 
F 4. 
F5. 
C073-2000 
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Report from John Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated February 18, 2000, re: 
REQUEST TO AMEND THE CONDITIONS OF DRAFT PLAN APPROVAL AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW — FLETCHCREEK 
DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED (TRANSMITTAL OF THE ZONING BY-LAW 
AMENDMENT DOCUMENT) PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 2, W.H.S. - WARD 6 
(File C2W10.6/21T-95010B) (See By-law 36-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C067-2000 


Report from A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated February 23, 
2000, re: HIGHWAY #410 EXTENSION UPDATE (File T17). 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the report from A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated February 23, 2000 
to the Council Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: HIGHWAY #410 EXTENSION UPDATE (File T17) 
be received; and 


That a further report detailing project cost increases and the financial implications be submitted to the 
March 8, 2000 Council Meeting. 
CARRIED 


Report from D. Doan, Manager of Policy, Development and Special Services, Community 
Services, dated February 23, 2000, re: WIN (WOMEN’S TELEVISION NETWORK) NWHL 
(NATIONAL WOMEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE) CHAMPIONSHIP 2000 (File R00). (See 
Announcements) 


DEALT WITH UNDER ANNOUNCEMENTS, RESOLUTION C068-2000 


Report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, Corporate Services, dated February 
25, 2000, re: ANNUAL STATEMENT OF REMUNERATION AND EXPENSES FOR 1999 
(File A16). 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


That the report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, Corporate Services, dated 
February 25, 2000 to the Council Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: ANNUAL STATEMENT 
OF REMUNERATION AND EXPENSES FOR 1999 (File A16) be received as amended by 
the revised chart provided by P. Honeyborne, Controller and Deputy Treasurer, Corporate 
Services, under cover memo dated February 28, 2000. 


CARRIED 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated February 23, 2000, re: 
REVISED PARKLAND DEDICATION AND ENHANCED DESIGN FEATURES FOR 
DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON TOWNHOUSE PROJECTS (File F85) (See Item E 4). 


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DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E 4, RESOLUTION C071-2000 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 
Gl. ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE - February 16, 2000 


C075-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by City Councillor Sprovieri 


That the Minutes of the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of February 16, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of February 28, 2000, Recommendations AF001-2000 to AF005-2000, be approved as 
printed and circulated. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


AF001-2000 That the Agenda for the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting dated February 16, 2000 
be approved as printed and circulated. 


AF002-2000 That the correspondence from Chris Lodwick, 30 Ferri Crescent, Brampton, undated, to Mayor P. 
Robertson, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of February 16, 2000, re: MCS 
LICENSING PROCESS AND MAYOR’S LETTER OF SUPPORT FOR ROGERS 
CANTEL INC. (File M00) be received. 


AF003-2000 That the correspondence from L.V. McCool, City Manager, dated January 31, 2000, to the 
Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of February 16, 2000, re: REPORTING 
PROTOCOL TO COMMITTEE/COUNCIL (File A01) be received; and, 


That the protocol attached to the aforementioned correspondence be adopted as policy to be 
carried out by staff and Council. 


AF004-2000 That the Committee on Brampton governance restructuring be composed of the Chairs of each of the 
Standing Committees and the Mayor; and, 


That a public advertisement be placed in the Brampton Guardian to invite interested members of the 
public to apply to sit as citizen representatives on the Committee; following which the Committee 
will conduct interviews and select three (3) citizen representatives. 
AF005-2000 That the Administration and Finance Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, 
March 6, 2000, at 1:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 
G2. BY-LAW COMMITTEE - February 16, 2000 


C076-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the Minutes of the By-law Committee Meeting of February 16, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
February 28, 2000, Recommendations BL001-2000 to BL003-2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


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CARRIED 
The recommendations were approved as follows: 


BL001-2000 That the Agenda for the By-law Committee Meeting dated February 16, 2000, be approved, as 
amended, to add: 


El. Delegations, re: : TAXICAB DRIVER SAFETY (File A20). 


Ie Mr. Gurdish Mangay 
2. Mr. Eric Stawnyczy 
3. Mr. Amarjit Grewal 
4. Mr. Harpal Dhaliwal 
5. Mr. Bruce Murray 
6. Mr. Kuldip Singh 
Gl. Report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and 


Transportation, dated February 14, 2000, re: TAXICAB DRIVER SAFETY (File A20). 


BL002-2000 That the following delegations to the By-law Committee Meeting dated February 16, 2000 re: : 
TAXICAB DRIVER SAFETY (File A20) be received; and 

Mr. Gurdish Mangay 

Mr. Eric Stawnyczy 

Mr. Amarjit Grewal 

Mr. Harpal Dhaliwal 

Mr. Bruce Murray 

Mr. Kuldip Singh 


DO BON 


That the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated February 14, 2000 to the By-law Committee Meeting of February 16, 2000, re: TAXICAB 
DRIVER SAFETY (File A20) be received; and 


That the outline and timeline for Taxicab Driver Safety Program as set out in the aforementioned 
report be approved and forwarded to Council for concurrence; and 


That the Brampton Safe City Committee be contacted to assist in the set up and implementation of 
the Driver Safety Program; and 


That Peel Regional Police be requested to have their Safety Specialist, Constable Kirsten Frey, 
join our Taxi Advisory Committee; and 


That the Taxi Cab Advisory Committee become a sub-committee of the By-law Committee; and 


That the City Councillor Cowie become the Chair of the new sub-committee and that Regional 
Councillor Bissell, Chairman of the By-law Committee sit as a member on the new sub- 
committee. 


BL003-2000 That the report from D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development, dated February 8, 2000 to 
the By-law Committee Meeting of February 16, 2000, re: INFORMATION REPORT: 
GENERAL COMMENTS FROM INDUSTRY REGARDING THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
SMOKING BY-LAW (File G25) be received. 


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G3. 


C077-2000 


PB039-2000 


PB040-2000 


PB041-2000 


PB042-2000 


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PLANNING AND BUILDING COMMITTEE - February 21, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the Minutes of the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of February 21, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of February 28, 2000, Recommendations PB039-2000 to PB057-2000, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 

CARRIED 


That the Agenda for the Planning & Building Committee Meeting dated February 21, 2000, be 
approved as amended to add: 


D2. Delegations re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - 
MANORBAY ESTATES INC. - WARD 10 (File C9E5.11): 


1. Helen Lepek, Templeton-Lepek Limited 
2. Lino Pellicano, Trinistar Corporation 


That the delegations re: CENTRAL AREA COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN: 
DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE GRANTS (File P75CE) be deferred to the next meeting of the 
Planning and Building Committee meeting on March 6, 2000. 


Mr. Bob Jarvis, Keyser Mason Ball 

Mr. Michael Gagnon, Gagnon Low Bozzo 

Mr. Rick Potten, Brookstone Homes 

Mr. John Vandyk, New Park Place Development 


ee 


That the delegations to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - MANORBAY ESTATES INC. - 
WARD 10 (File C9E5.11) be received; and, 


1. Helen Lepek, Templeton-Lepek Limited 
2. Lino Pellicano, Trinistar Corporation 


That the report from T. Goodeve, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
January 25, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - MANORBAY ESTATES INC. - 
WARD 10 (File C9E5.11) be received; and, 


That the application be approved and staff be directed to prepare the appropriate documents for 
the consideration of City Council, subject to the following conditions: 


1, Prior to the enactment of the amending zoning by-law the owner shall submit, to the 
satisfaction of the City, urban design guidelines for the proposed development, as a 
supplement to the approved urban design guidelines prepared by Milus, Bollenburghe, 
Topps and Watchorn (MBTW) for various parts of the Bram East Secondary Plan area; 


2. Prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law, Terms of Reference for the supplementary 
urban design guidelines required for the proposed development, including the retention 


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of a consultant and a timeline for completion of the study, are to be completed to the 
satisfaction of the Commissioner of Planning and Building. 


3. The amending zoning by-law shall zone: 


a) that portion of the site situated directly at the northwest corner of The Gore 
Road and Regional Road No. 107, consisting of approximately 0.8 hectares (2 
acres), as “Office Commercial (OC)” with the following specific provisions: 


i) the lands shall only be used for the following purposes: 

1) an office; 

2) a bank, trust company, finance company; 

3) an office; 

4) a dining room restaurant, a standard restaurant; 

5) a retail establishment; and, 

6) purposes accessory to the other permitted purposes. 

li) the lands shall be subject to the following requirements and 
restrictions: 

1) Minimum Lot Area: 0.8 hectares; 

2) the minimum building setback from Regional Road No. 107 
shall be 15 metres and the minimum building setback from The 
Gore Road shall be 9 metres; 

3) Minimum Building Height: 4 storeys 

4) Maximum Building Height: 12 storeys 

5) Except at driveway locations, landscaped open space areas 
shall be provided as follows: 

- a minimum 9 metre wide strip abutting Regional Road No. 108; 
- aminimum 4.5 metre wide strip abutting The Gore Road; 

6) the opening for waste disposal and loading facilities of any 
building shall face away from Regional Road No. 107 and The 
Gore Road; 

7) no development shall take place unless it is in conjunction 
with or subsequent to the development of a minimum of 5000 
square metres of gross leasable floor area for office purposes; 

8) a maximum of 15 percent of the gross leasable floor area of 
any building shall be permitted for restaurant or retail commercial 
purposes; 

9) refuse storage for restaurant uses shall be contained in a 
climate controlled area within a building; 

10) all garbage and refuse storage other than for a restaurant, 
including any containers for the storage of recyclable materials, 
shall be enclosed within a main building; 

11) no storage shall be permitted outside a building; 

b) the remainder of the site, consisting of approximately 5.8 hectares, as “Office 


Commercial (OC)” with the following specific provisions: 


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ii) 


the lands shall only be used for the following purposes: 


1) an office; 

2) a retail establishment; 

3) a supermarket; 

4) a service shop; 

5) a personal service shop; 

6) a bank, trust company, finance company; 

7) a dry cleaning establishment and laundry distribution station; 

8) a laundromat; 

9) a parking lot; 

10) a dining room restaurant, a standard restaurant, a drive- 
through restaurant, a take-out restaurant and a fast food 
restaurant; 

11) a banquet hall; 

12) a conference and/or convention centre; 

13) a printing or copying establishment; 

14) a commercial school; 

15) a place of commercial recreation, but not including a billiard 
hall; 

16) a community club; 

17) a health and fitness centre; 

18) a taxi or bus station; 

19) a fire station; 

20) a theatre; 

21) a swimming pool sales and service establishment; 

22) a day nursery; 

23) an animal hospital; and, 

24) purposes accessory to the other permitted purposes. 

the lands shall be subject to the following requirements and 

restrictions: 

1) Minimum Lot Area: 4.0 hectares; 

2) the minimum building setback from Regional Road No. 107 
shall be 15 metres and the minimum building setback from The 
Gore Road shall be 9 metres; 

3) the minimum building setback to a rear or interior side lot line 
shall be 6 metres, except that where the lot line abuts an 
AGRICULTURAL - SECTION 535 (A - SECTION 535) zone, 
the minimum building setback shall be 9 metres; 

4) Maximum Building Height: 12 storeys; 

5) except at driveway locations, landscaped open space areas 
shall be provided as follows: 

- aminimum 9 metre wide strip abutting Regional Road No. 
107; 
- aminimum 4.5 metre wide strip abutting The Gore Road; 

6) a fast food restaurant shall not be permitted within a building 


having less than 500 square metres of gross leasable floor area or 
within a building having a setback less than 21 metres to a road; 


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7) a maximum of two fast food restaurants shall be permitted for 
the total of all buildings having less than 1000 square metres of 
gross leasable floor area; 

8) the opening for waste disposal and loading facilities of any 
building shall face away from Regional Road No. 107 and The 
Gore Road; 

9) the maximum gross leasable floor area for the purposes 
permitted on the site, excluding an office, shall not exceed a Floor 
Space Index (FSI) of 0.208 which may be increased to an FSI of 
0.296 provided that for every square metre of gross leasable floor 
provided in excess of the lower limit, 6 square metres of gross 
leasable floor area for office purposes shall also be provided; 

10) a maximum of one supermarket shall be permitted, and the 
maximum gross leasable floor area of a supermarket shall not 
exceed 5,110 square metres; 

11) a theatre shall be limited to a maximum of 3 screens and a 

total of 780 seats; 

12) refuse storage for restaurant purposes shall be contained in a 
climate controlled area within a building; 

13) all garbage and refuse storage other than for a restaurant, 
including any containers for the storage of recyclable materials, 
shall be located within a main building; 

14) above ground storage tanks for fuel shall be entirely enclosed 
within a building; 


15) an adult video store, an adult entertainment parlour or an 
amusement arcade shall not be permitted; 
16) no outdoor display and/or sales or storage shall be permitted. 


Prior to the enactment of the amending zoning by-law, the owner shall enter into a 
development agreement with the City which shall contain the following provisions: 


(a) 


(b) 


(c) 


(d) 


Prior to the issuance of a building permit(s), a site development plan, a 


landscape and fencing plan, elevation cross section drawings, a grading and 
drainage plan, a fire protection plan, a stormwater management plan, and an 
engineering servicing 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. 


Prior to the release of a building permit(s) by the City of Brampton, the trunk 
sanitary and water services required to service the subject property, as identified 
in the Bram East Phase I Service in Lieu Agreement shall have been constructed 


or the related securities shall have been provided to the Region of Peel. 


Prior to the issuance of a building permit(s), the relocated stormwater 
management facility identified as Pond 18 in the Master Environmental 


Servicing Plan for the Bram East Secondary Plan area shall be constructed to the 
satisfaction of the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and the 


Commissioner of Works and Transportation. 


Prior to the issuance of a building permit(s), the applicant shall pay a fee to the 


City for the perpetual maintenance of the stormwater management facility 


identified as Pond 18 in the Master Environmental Servicing Plan for the Bram 


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(e) 


(g) 


(h) 


(j) 


(k) 


(I) 


(m) 


(n) 


East Secondary Plan area. The amount shall be determined once the design of 
the stormwater management facility is finalized to the satisfaction of the 
Commissioner of Works and Transportation. 


Prior to the issuance of a building permit(s), the applicant shall sign the 
Ebenezer Group Landowner’s Cost Sharing Agreement, and provide the City 
with a written acknowledgment from the Trustee appointed pursuant to the 
agreement, that the Applicant has signed the agreement and has delivered the 
deeds or made the payments required by the agreement. 


The applicant shall pay all applicable City, Regional and Educational 
development charges in accordance with their respective Development Charges 
By-laws. 


The applicant shall grant easements as may be required for the installation of 
utilities and municipal services to service the lands, to the appropriate 
authorities. If there are any conflicts with existing facilities or easements, the 
applicant shall be responsible for re-arrangements or relocation of the same. 


The applicant shall agree that all lighting on the site shall be designed and 
oriented to minimize glare on abutting properties and streets. 


Prior to the issuance of a building permit, the applicant shall remove all existing 
buildings on the property. 


The applicant shall undertake an archaeological impact assessment, prior to any 
demolition, grading or other soil disturbances on the subject property to allow 
the City of Brampton and the Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation to 
confirm that all archaeological resource concerns have met licensing and 
resource conservation requirements. 


The applicant shall provide fencing in locations and designed to the satisfaction 
of the Commissioner of Planning and Building 


The applicant shall agree that on-site waste collection shall be provided through 
a private waste hauler. 


The applicant shall agree to provide an on-site litter pick-up service which shall 
clear litter from the site at least twice a week. 


The owner shall make satisfactory arrangements with the Region of Peel for the 
provision of access from The Gore Road and Regional Road No. 107. 
Satisfactory arrangements are to be made with the Region of Peel regarding 
centre medians, traffic signals, exclusive turning lanes, asphalt overlay, street 
lighting and pavement markings/signs, with all costs of the improvements to be 
borne by the developer. The applicant will enter into an agreement to contribute 
100 percent of traffic signal installation costs plus a cash contribution towards 
future maintenance costs, should signals become warranted or be otherwise 
directed by Council. 


Sufficient road widening(s), daylight corner(s) and 0.3 metre reserve(s) along 
Regional Road No. 107 and The Gore Road frontages shall be conveyed 


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PB044-2000 


PB045-2000 


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gratuitously to the Region of Peel prior to the release of building permits, to 
provide 22.5 metres from the original centreline of Regional Road No. 107 and 
The Gore Road. 


(p) The applicant, in consultation with and to the satisfaction of Canada Post 
Corporation, shall determine a suitable location(s) for the placement of a 
Community Mailbox(s) for the provision of mail delivery to the site. 


(q) The applicant shall provide, install and maintain a central mail facility for each 
of the office towers and mixed use office/commercial buildings proposed for the 
site. 

(r) The applicant shall enter into an agreement (Letter of Understanding) with the 


telecommunications provider complying with any underground servicing 
conditions imposed by the municipality and if no such conditions are imposed, 
the applicant shall advise the municipality of the arrangement made for such 
servicing. 


(s) The applicant shall provide, to the satisfaction of the telecommunications 
provider, any required conduit(s) for the provision of telecommunication service 
to the site. In this regard, the telecommunications provider requires one or more 
conduits of sufficient size from each unit to the electrical room and one or more 
conduits of sufficient size from the electrical room to the street line. 


(t) Prior to the issuance of site plan approval, the owner shall submit, to the 
satisfaction of the Commissioner of Planning and Building, urban design 
guidelines for the proposed development, as a supplement to the approved urban 
design guidelines prepared by Milus, Bollenburghe, Topps and Watchorn 
(MBTW) for various parts of the Bram East Secondary Plan area. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commission of Planning and Building, dated January 14, 2000, 
to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, re: CENTRAL AREA 
COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN: DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE GRANTS (File 
P75CE) be deferred to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000. 


That the report from W. Lee, Director, Urban Design & Zoning, Planning and Building 
Department, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, re: 
DEVELOPMENTS ALONG HIGHWAY 407 - CITY INITIATED AMENDMENTS TO 
ZONING BY-LAWS (File P45GE-1) be deferred to the Planning and Building Committee 
meeting of March 6, 2000. 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated February 8, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, 
re: PUBLIC MEETING REPORT - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY- 
LAW - VINCENT PLANNING - 370 MAIN STREET NORTH - WARD 5 (File C1E8.16) 
be received; and, 


That the application be approved subject to the conditions approved by City Council at their 
meeting of January 31, 2000 (see Appendix B attached to the staff report of January 31, 2000). 


That staff prepare the appropriate documents for the consideration of City Council 


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PB046-2000 


PB047-2000 


PB048-2000 


PB049-2000 


PB050-2000 


PB051-2000 


2000 02 28 


That the report from K. Ash, Supervisor of Information Services and Land Development, 
Planning and Building Department, dated February 8, 2000, to the Planning and Building 
Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, re: PUBLIC MEETING REPORT - PROPOSED 
DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY- 
LAW - 773665 ONTARIO LIMITED - WARD 6 (File C3W12.3) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to continue processing the subject application and report back to Planning 
and Building Committee with a recommendation for draft plan approval when outstanding issues 
are finalized, and all pertinent comments have been received from commenting agencies and 
departments. 


That the report from P. Snape, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
February 2, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT - PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - WARD 6 (File C2W12.1) be 
received; and, 


That Planning and Building Committee approve of the subject application and authorize staff to issue 
notice of draft plan approval, subject to the following: 


a) any necessary minor red-line revisions to the draft plan identified by staff; and 


b) all conditions contained in the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of 
Draft Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivision, or derivatives or special 
applications of said conditions, as determined by the Commissioner of Planning 
and Building. 


That the report from D. Waters, Policy Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
February 11, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, re: 
STATUS REPORT - W.C. -401 DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED (File P26SP40) be received; 
and, 


That The Region of Peel be advised that the City of Brampton has no objection to the approval of 
proposed Amendment 77 to the Mississauga Official (City) Plan. 


That the report from S. Hill, Manager, Land Use Policy, Planning and Building Department, dated 
February 10, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, re: 
HOUSING MIX AND DENSITY POLICY IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINES (File 
P25OV) be received; and 


That the Housing Mix and Density Policy Implementation Guidelines attached as Appendix A to 
the report dated February 10, 2000 be endorsed. 


That the report from J. Hosick, Policy Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated February 
10, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, re: STATUS 
REPORT - REVIEW OF ESTATE RESIDENTIAL DESIGNATIONS (File PO3ES) be 
received. 


That the report from A. Janzen, Policy Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 


February 10, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT FOR THE DUAL HIGH 


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PB052-2000 


PB053-2000 


PB054-2000 


PB056-2000 


PB057-2000 


PB058-2000 


G4. 


C078-2000 


2000 02 28 


SCHOOL/COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTRE CAMPUS CONCEPT WITHIN THE 
SANDRINGHAM-WELLINGTON SECONDARY PLAN AREA - WARD 10 (File P26S28) 
be referred to the Task Force and that the Task Force report back to the Planning and Building 
Committee with their findings; and, 


That the corrections dealing with clerical errors in the report dated February 10, 2000 be received. 


That the report from S. Dewdney, Manager, Design Services, Planning and Building Department, 
dated February 7, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, 
re: NOISE BARRIER POLICIES IN BRAMPTON (File NOSNO) be received; and, 


The City policy prohibiting residential frontage arrangements other than reverse frontages along 
major arterial roads be amended to permit other arrangements including but not limited to parallel 
frontage streets, cul-de-sac flankages and crescent flankages; and, 


That the issue regarding chain link fencing between parallel frontage streets and arterial roads be 
discontinued be referred to the Community Design Team to be reviewed and a report be sent back 
to Planning and Building Committee in this regard. 


That the report from K. Ash, Supervisor of Information Services and Land Development, 
Planning and Building Department, dated February 7, 2000, to the Planning and Building 
Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, re: YEAR END REPORT - DEVELOPMENT 
SERVICES DIVISION 1999 DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITY (File FISAP) be received. 


That the report from J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor, Legal Services 
Department, and J. Corbett, Director of Planning and Development Services, Planning and 
Building Department, dated February 14, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting 
of February 21, 2000, re: EXEMPTION OF OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENTS (OPAs) 
FROM REGION OF PEEL APPROVAL (File P27) be received. 


That the report from J. Hardcastle, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated February 21, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of February 21, 2000, 
re: INFORMATION REPORT - PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN - 18 KARAT DEVELOPMENTS 
INC. - WARD 10 (File C5E12.6) be received; and, 

That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 

That the Committee proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to: 

> Security of the property of the municipality or local board. 

That the Planning & Building Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, March 6, 
2000 at 7:00 p.m. or at the call of the Chair. 

WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE -— February 23, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


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WT023-2000 


WT024-2000 


WT025-2000 


WT026-2000 


WT027-2000 


2000 02 28 


That the Minutes of the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of February 23, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of February 28, 2000, Recommendations WT023-2000 to WT030-2000, be approved as printed 
and circulated. 

CARRIED 


That the Agenda for the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting dated February 23, 2000 
be approved as amended to add: 


H2. Discussion re: ADVANCED ARROW PHASE — NORTHBOUND TO 
WESTBOUND —- BRAMALEA ROAD AND BALMORAL DRIVE — WARD 8 (File 
T36). 


That the delegation of Ms. Kelly Reeve, 103 Greenmount Road, Brampton, to the Works and 
Transportation Committee Meeting of February 23, 2000, re: STOP SIGN CONCERNS — 
GREENMOUNT ROAD AND GULLIVER CRESCENT — WARD 11 (File T 37) be received; 
and, 


That the petition, as presented by Ms. Kelly Reeve to the Works and Transportation Committee 
Meeting of February 23, 2000, re: STOP SIGN REQUEST —- GREENMOUNT ROAD AND 
GULLIVER CRESCENT — WARD 11 (File T37) be received; and, 


That the request for a stop sign at the intersection of Greenmount Road and Gulliver Crescent 
(south) be approved. 


That the presentation by G. Marshall, Director of Transit, Works and Transportation, to the Works 
and Transportation Committee Meeting of February 23, 2000, re: GREATER TORONTO 
SERVICES BOARD — TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE — UPDATE AND 
PRESENTATION (File G10/G75) be received; and, 


That the report from G. Marshall, Director of Transit, Works and Transportation, dated February 
14, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of February 23, 2000, re: 
GREATER TORONTO SERVICES BOARD — TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE — 
UPDATE AND PRESENTATION (File G10/G75) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to prepare a report and recommendations on the Greater Toronto Services 
Board Strategic Transportation Plan for consideration by the Works and Transportation 
Committee; and, 


That a public consultation process be developed in relation thereto. 


That the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated February 14, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of February 23, 
2000, re: WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION REPORT FOR JANUARY 2000 (File G24) 
be received. 


That the report from D.B. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 


Transportation, dated February 7, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of 
February 23, 2000, re: SPEED HUMPS (File T37) be received; and, 


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WT028-2000 


SC015-2000 


SC016-2000 


SC017-2000 


That, prior to consideration toward the implementation of speed humps on City of Brampton 
roadways, staff be directed to investigate issues related to liability; community involvement; the 
effects on public transit and emergency vehicle response times; and the impact on road 
maintenance such as street sweeping and snow removal; and, to report these findings back to a 
future meeting of the Works and Transportation Committee. 


That the MINUTES OF THE BRAMPTON SAFETY COUNCIL MEETING OF 
FEBRUARY 3, 2000 (File G26), to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of 
February 23, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Brampton Safety Council Meeting dated February 3, 2000 be approved as 
amended to add: 


5.4 Correspondence from Mr. Gerald Corrigan, Principal, St. Anne School, dated February 2, 
2000, re: PARKING ISSUES — ST. ANNE’S SCHOOL — WARD 1 (File G26). 


6.1 Discussion re: NEED FOR A CROSSING GUARD LOCATION AT 
CONSERVATION DRIVE AND CARNFORTH DRIVE (File G26). 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of January 6, 2000, to the Brampton 
Safety Council Meeting of February 3, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


That the correspondence from R. Hardy, Parking Enforcement Supervisor, Administrative 
Services, Works and Transportation Department, dated January 25, 2000, to the Brampton Safety 
Council Meeting of February 3, 2000, re: PARKING IN FIRE ZONE — ST. ANNE’S 
SCHOOL -— WARD 1 (File G26) be received; and, 


That the correspondence from Mr. Gerald Corrigan, Principal, St. Anne School, dated February 2, 
2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of February 3, 2000, re: PARKING ISSUES — 
ST. ANNE’S SCHOOL — WARD 1 (File G26) be received; and, 


That Constable Ed Spence and Fred Wickes represent the Brampton Safety Council at the meeting being 


SC018-2000 


2000 02 28 


held on February 3, 2000, at 2:45 p.m., at St. Anne’s School, and report back to the Brampton 
Safety Council Meeting of March 2, 2000. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Brian Manuel, School Council Co-Chair, Fernforest School 
Council, dated January 10, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of February 3, 2000, 
re: FERNFOREST PUBLIC SCHOOL — REQUEST FOR CROSSING GUARDS —- WARD 
10 (File G26) be received; and, 


That the correspondence from Ms. Lisa DiBerardino, dated January 26, 2000, to the Brampton 
Safety Council Meeting of February 3, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR CROSSING GUARD — 
FERNFOREST DRIVE AND BLACKFOREST DRIVE — WARD 10 (File G26) be received; 
and, 


That a site inspection be scheduled to review crossing guard locations; and, 


That a Special Meeting of the Brampton Safety Council be called to consider the report of the site 
inspection so that a recommendation can be put forward for approval to the Works and 


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SC019-2000 


SC020-2000 


SC021-2000 


SC022-2000 


SC023-2000 


WT029-2000 


SC024-2000 


SC025-2000 


2000 02 28 


Transportation Committee Meeting of February 23, 2000, and the subsequent Council Meeting of 
February 28, 2000. 


That the brochure re: “MANAGE THE ENERGY” - A JOINT CONFERENCE ON THE 
PREVENTION OF INJURY AND IMPAIRED DRIVING — FEBRUARY 20-22, 2000 — INN 
ON THE PARK, TORONTO (File G26), to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of February 
3, 2000, be received. 

That a site inspection be scheduled to review the NEED FOR A CROSSING GUARD 
LOCATION AT CONSERVATION DRIVE AND CARNFORTH DRIVE — WARD 2 (File 
G26). 


That the Site Inspection Report dated January 13, 2000, re: ST. CECILIA — WARD §, to the 
Brampton Safety Council Meeting of February 3, 2000, be received; and, 


That “No Stopping” signs be posted on the north and south exit driveways; to prevent vehicles 
from stopping within 30’ of either side of the driveways; and, 


That “One Way/Do Not Enter” signage be placed so that the entire circular driveway is for one 
way traffic only; and, 


That the main driveway be utilized as a Kiss and Ride driveway. 


That the Site Inspection Report dated January 17, 2000, re: ST. MARIA GORETTI — WARD 6, 
to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of February 3, 2000, be received; and, 


That a Kiss and Ride Program be utilized at the front driveway; and, 

That the secondary loop in its current location be utilized as one way only; and, 

That signage and lane markings be installed to indicate traffic flow; and, 

That, if permissible, “No Stopping” signs be posted in the joint City — School driveway; and, 
That a further site inspection be scheduled with respect to the crossing guard location. 


That the Brampton Safety Council do now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, March 2, 2000, at 
9:30 a.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


That the MINUTES OF THE BRAMPTON SAFETY COUNCIL MEETING OF 
FEBRUARY 14, 2000 (File G26), to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of 
February 23, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Special Meeting of the Brampton Safety Council dated February 14, 2000 
be approved, as printed and circulated. 


That the verbal site inspection report re: CROSSING GUARD LOCATIONS — OUR LADY 


OF PROVIDENCE AND FERNFOREST SCHOOLS — WARD 10 — Wednesday, February 9, 
2000 (File G26), to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of February 14, 2000, be received; and, 


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SC026-2000 


WT030-2000 


N. 


That a crossing guard be located in the appropriate location at the intersection of Peter Robertson 
Blvd. and Fernforest Drive; and, 


That the crossing guard located at Blue Oak Avenue/Deerglen Drive and Fernforest Drive be 
relocated to the north leg of Black Oak Drive/Black Forest Drive and Fernforest Drive. 


That the Brampton Safety Council do now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, March 2, 2000, at 
9:30 a.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


That the Works and Transportation Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, 
March 22, 2000, at 1:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


UNFINISHED BUSINESS - nil 


CORRESPONDENCE 


11. 


12. 


13. 


Correspondence from Ms. Donna Northeast, Chair, Board of Directors, William Osler Health 
Centre, Brampton Memorial Hospital Campus, dated February 15, 2000, re: STATUS OF THE 
REDEVELOPMENT PLANS FOR THE BRAMPTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
CAMPUS (File C20). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C067-2000 

Correspondence from the Association of Municipalities of Ontario, dated February 11, 2000, re: 
RESOLUTION FROM THE COUNCIL OF THE COUNTY OF HASTINGS — 
PROVINCIAL DOWNLOADING (File G65). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C067-2000 

Correspondence from Mr. Steven Mahoney, M.P., Mississauga West, dated January 24, 2000, re: 


BRAMPTON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (File C25). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C067-2000 


RESOLUTIONS - nil 


NOTICE OF MOTION - nil 


PETITIONS - nil 


OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS - nil 


TENDERS - nil 


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O. BY-LAWS 


C079-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Begley 


That By-laws 29-2000 to 37-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of February 28, 2000, be 
given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 
and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


29-2000 To amend Traffic By-law 93-93 as amended — All Way Stop at Nuffield Street and 
Nuttall Street/Newgate Place 


30-2000 To repeal By-law 24-89 from certain lands — Part Block 2, Plan 43M-880 


31-2000 To repeal By-law 243-99 and to establish certain lands as part of Brinkley Drive — 
Part of Block 178, Plan 43M-1124 


32-2000 To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended — All Way Stop at John Street and 
Chapel Street. 


33-2000 To appoint Public Health Inspectors for the purpose of enforcing the City of 
Brampton’s Smoking By-law 115-99, as amended 


34-2000 To adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-131 — Ian Johnson Architect Inc. — Rotary 
Club of Brampton Community Centre (File C4W5.4) (See Item F 1 and By-law 34- 
2000). 

35-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended — Ian Johnson Architect 
Inc. — Rotary Club of Brampton Community Centre (File C4W5.4) (See Item F 1 and 
By-law 33-2000) 


36-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended — Fletchcreek 
Developments Limited (File C2W10.6/21T-95010B) (See Item F 2) 


37-2000 To prevent the application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-1327 


CARRIED 


CLOSED SESSION 
At 8:50 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C080-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Begley 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 


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> security of the property of the municipality or local board 
> personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board 
employees 
CARRIED 


Council moved back into Open Session at 10:22 p.m. 


P. BY-LAWS 
That By-laws 38-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of February 28, 2000, be given the 
required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, and 
Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


C081-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Begley 


38-2000 To confirm the proceedings of the Regular Council Meeting of February 28, 2000. 


CARRIED 


Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C082-2000 Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, March 8, 2000 at 1:00 p.m., or at 


the call of the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:25 P.M. ON FEBRUARY 28, 2000 


PETER ROBERTSON, MAYOR 


L. J. MIKULICH, CITY CLERK 


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MARCH 8, 2000 — 12:30 P.M. 


REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


PRESENT Mayor P. Robertson 
Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell (left at 4:35 returned at 5:10 p.m.) 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 — G. Miles 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi 
City Councillor Ward 1 - B. Hunter 
City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey (left at 5:55 p.m.) 
City Councillor Ward 3 — B. Callahan 
City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 
City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 
City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton (left at 5:10 p.m.) 
City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 
City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards 
City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 
City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri (left at 5:55 p.m.) 
City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames 


ABSENT Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley (vacation) 


STAFF PRESENT Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 

Mr. R. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 

Ms. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 

Mr. A. D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 
Mr. J. A. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. C. Connor, Corporation Counsel and Director of Real Estate Services, 
Legal Services 

Mr. P. Caine, Treasurer, Corporate Services 

Mr. A. MacDonald, Assistant Deputy Fire Chief, Community Services 
Mr. L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services 

Mrs. W. Cooke, Legislative Coordinator, Legal Services 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


PAGE 
CLOSED SESSION 3 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 3 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 3 
C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 4 
D. CONSENT MOTION 4 
PROCLAMATIONS 5 
ANNOUNCEMENTS 5 
E DELEGATIONS 6 
F REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 11 
G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 14 
H UNFINISHED BUSINESS 31 
I CORRESPONDENCE 31 
J RESOLUTIONS 32 
K NOTICE OF MOTION 32 
L PETITIONS 32 
M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 32 
N TENDERS 34 
O BY-LAWS 35 
CLOSED SESSION 35 
P. BY-LAW 35 
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CLOSED SESSION 


At 12:30 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C083-2000 Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 


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security of the property of the municipality or local board 


CARRIED 


Council moved in to Open Session at 2:45 p.m. 


A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C0084-2000 Moved by City Councillor Hunter 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 


That the Agenda for the March 8, 2000 Regular Council Meeting be approved as amended to add 
the following: 


E3. 


F5. 


F6. 


F7. 


F 8. 


12. 


13. 


2000 03 08 


Additional delegations re: PROPOSED MOSQUE — SUNFOREST DRIVE AND 
BOVAIRD DRIVE (File C1E11.14) (See Items H1 and I3) 

2. Mr. Shaikhan, representing the Mosque 

3. Mr. Wayne Confiant, on behalf of the Sunforest Drive area residents 


Report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services dated March 2, 2000, re: FIRE 
UNDERWRITERS SURVEY (File D05). 


Report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated February 25, 2000, 
re: 2008 OLYMPIC BID PROPOSAL (File M05) 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building dated March 7, 2000, 
re: SECURITY FOR TEMPORARY SALES OFFICES (File P43/P05) (See Item J1) 


Report from Economic Development, dated March 12, 1999, re: PROJECT 
PROPOSAL —- DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW CNR INTERMODAL TERMINAL 
IN BRAMPTON (File G60) (See Item M 1). 


Correspondence from H. Picken, President, Brampton Board of Trade, dated February 
16, 2000, re: JOINT USE FACILITIES BETWEEN THE DUFFERIN-PEEL 
CATHOLIC DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD AND PEEL DISTRICT SCHOOL 
BOARD (File P46/G32/C25). 


Correspondence from B. Hooshley, Vice-President, Metrus Development Inc., dated 


March 3, 2000, re: PROPOSED LAND EXCHANGE — SUNFOREST DRIVE AND 
SAILWIND DRIVE (File C1E11.14) (See Items E 3 and H 1) 


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Ji. Resolution — LETTER OF CREDITS FOR SALES PAVILIONS (File P43/P05) (See 


Item F7) 
M1. _ Discussion, re: CN RAIL - INTERMODAL FACILITY IN NORTHWEST 
BRAMPTON (File G60). 
CARRIED 
B. CONFLICT OF INTEREST - nil 
C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


Cl. REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING - February 28, 2000 


C085-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held February 28, 2000 to the Council Meeting of March 
8, 2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 


D. CONSENT MOTION 


C086-2000 Moved by City Councillor Hunter 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That Council hereby approved 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: 


* Fl. That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planing and Building, dated February 28, 2000 
to the Council Meeting of March 8, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 
PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - GAGNON LAW BOZZO URBAN PLANNERS LTD. - 
RUCAREAL LTD. —- JOHN STREET CONDOMINIUMS — NORTH SIDE OF JOHN 
STREET, EAST OF MAIN STREET SOUTH - 16, 18, 20 JOHN STREET, 23, 25, 27 AND 
27A QUEEN STREET - WARD 3 (File C1E5.42) be received; and 


That By-law 39-2000 be passed to adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-132; and, 

That it is hereby determined that in adopting the Official Plan Amendment that regard be given to 
all matters of Provincial Interest as set out in section 2 of the Planning Act R.S.O, c.P. 12, as 
amended; and 

That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement approved by the City Solicitor; 
and all other documents approved by the City Solicitor required to implement the provisions of 


the development agreement 


That By-law 40-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 200-82; and 


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That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated March 1, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of March 8, 2000, re: REVISED PARKLAND DEDICATION BY-LAW 
(File F85) be received; and 


That By-law 41-2000 Parkland Dedication By-law be enacted to repeal By-law 166-87; and 
That the Planning and Building Department staff record the first 200 permits or until December 
13, 2001, related to the construction of townhouses in the Downtown Brampton Secondary Plan 
Area (SP7) for the purposes of applying the temporary 5% parkland dedication requirement. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Bruce Taylor, Town Clerk, Town of Pickering, dated February 
10, 2000 to the Council Meeting of March 8, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — PROTECTION OF 
CANADA’S CHILDREN (File C50) be received. 


CARRIED 


PROCLAMATIONS 


1. 


Proclamation - DAFFODIL MONTH - April, 2000 
Mayor Robertson read the proclamation. 
Proclamation - RED CROSS MONTH — March, 2000 


Mayor Robertson read the application. 


ANNOUNCEMENTS 


2000 03 08 


PETE’S PADDYFEST — MARCH 17, 2000 AT THE BRAMPTON CENTRE FOR SPORTS 
AND ENTERTAINMENT. 


Regional Councillor Fennell advised that there are still tickets available for ‘Pete’s Paddyfest’ 
Mayor Robertson’s fundraiser for the Arts on March 17,2000 at the Brampton Centre for Sports 
and Entertainment. She highlighted the various talent that will be performing at the event that will 
headlined by Natalie McMaster, Fiddler. 


FIRST ANNUAL NATIONAL WOMEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP AT 
BRAMPTON CENTRE FOR SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT (File R00). 


Regional Councillor Fennell announced the First Annual Women’s Hockey League 
Championship to be held at the Brampton Centre for Sports and Entertainment on Saturday March 
18, 2000 at 5:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 19, 2000 at 7:00 p.m. She also advised that the cup that 
will be presented to the winner would be unveiled at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 18, 2000 with 
National Hockey League legends being present, such as Ron Ellis, formerly of the Toronto Maple 
Leafs. She also advised that she would be promoting the event on the Vicki Gaberou Show on 
Wednesday, March 15, 2000 on the CTV Network 


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E. DELEGATIONS 


El. 


C087-2000 


2000 03 08 


Delegations re: DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVES — REVIEW 
OF THE DEVELOPMENT CHARGE WAIVER PROGRAM (File ). 


Mr. Bob Jarvis, Keyser Mason Ball 

Mr. Michael Gagnon, Gagnon, Law and Bozzo Urban Planners Limited 
Mr. Colin Chung, Gagnon, Law and Bozzo Urban Planners Limited 
Mr. Rick Pottens, Brookstone Homes 


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Mr. Colin Chung of Gagnon, Law and Bozzo Urban Planners Limited spoke on behalf of the 
above delegations and advised that they concur with the staff report that was presented at the 
Planning and Building Meeting dated March 6, 2000. 


City Councillor Hames raised concerns with regards to the impact on the Current Budget that the 
Downtown Development Incentive Program is going to create and requested that this item be 
referred to budget for further discussion. 


Discussion took place regarding the negative effects that it would have on the development within 
the downtown area if this Program and its amendments were delayed any further. City Councillor 
Gibson, Chair of the Planning and Building Committee advised that Planning and Building 
Committee Recommendation PB060-2000 would go through the proper Planning Public Meeting 
process and at this point Council is just approving what will be presented at that meeting. 


L. McCool, City Manager provided clarification on this matter and advised that the Downtown 
Development Incentive Program had already been approved by Council through the adoption fo 
the Community Improvement Plan for the Central Area and that the Planning and Building 
Recommendation was to initiate the implementation of modifications to the current program. He 
also advised that the monies lost within the incentive program would be recovered through 
property taxes of those properties that had utilized the Program. 


J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building responded to questions regarding the Fagade 
Improvement Program by advising that it is not currently a line item within the preliminary 2000 
Current Budget, but if it is included as a result of 2000 Current Budget discussions then it would 
be shown as a separate line item. 


Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the delegation of C. Chung, Gagnon, Law and Bozzo Urban Planners Limited representing 
Mr. Bob Jarvis, Keyser Mason Ball Mr. Michael Gagnon, Gagnon, Law and Bozzo Urban 
Planners Limited and Mr. Rick Pottens, Brookstone Homes to the Council Meeting of March 8, 
2000 re: DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVES — REVIEW OF 
THE DEVELOPMENT CHARGE WAIVER PROGRAM (File ) be received. 

CARRIED 


Planning and Building Recommendation PB060-2000 was extracted at this time. 


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C088-2000 
LOST 


2000 03 08 


“That the report from J. Marshall, Commission of Planning and Building, dated January 14, 2000, 
to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: CENTRAL AREA 
COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN: DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE GRANTS (File 
P75CE) be received; and, 

That the Community Improvement Plan for the Central Area be modified to include: 


. Medium - High and High Density Residential/ Apartment redevelopment projects within 
the Medium — High/ High Density designation in the Downtown Secondary Plan Area as 
being eligible for Development Incentive Grants; 


7 Medium Density/ Townhouse projects in the Medium Density and the Medium — High/ 
High Density designations in the Downtown Secondary Plan Area as being eligible for 
Development Incentive Grants; 


7 Limit the eligibility of the retail component of eligible Mixed Use buildings to the 
Central Area Mixed Use designation in the Downtown Secondary Plan Area and the 
Queen Street Corridor portion of the Central Area, west of Highway 410; 


: To confirm that The Belvedere is a project eligible for a Development Incentive Grant; 
7 To apply a two-year time limit on the Development Incentive Grant Program. 

: To impose 950 unit limit on the Development Incentive Grant Program; and 

7 To permit a multi-phase development to be eligible for a Development Incentive grant 


upon approval of the first phase of the project. 


That a commitment of units within the 950 unit limit be made to eligible projects that have either 
applied for or received Site Plan Approval since the date of adoption of the Community 
Improvement Plan by Council (September 28, 1998) as long as Building Permits are issued for all 
of the units, or a substantial first phase of a project, no later than December 31, 2000. The 
following projects would qualify for a commitment of units under these criteria: 


Gubasta 1* and 2™ Phases - 418 units 
New Park Place - 33 units 
Brookstone Developments - 51 units 


That all phases of the Gubasta Project be eligible for the Development Incentive Grant Program 
upon the Building Permit being issued for the first phase no later than December 31, 2000; 


That the administration of the Development Incentive Grant Program be as set out in the report 
dated February 28, 2000, except for the projects noted above; 


That the Community Improvement Plan be modified to include a fagade improvement program 
similar to the one being implemented in the Town of Orangeville in place of the facade 
improvement program currently set out in the Plan; 


That the Minister of Municipal Affairs be advised that the City has no objection to the 
modifications proposed by the Ministry; and 

That a public meeting be held on April 3, 2000 to present and receive input on the proposed 
modifications to the Community Improvement Plan” 

The following amendment to the above-noted recommendation was considered at this time. 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Sprovieri 


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C089-2000 


2000 03 08 


That the Downtown Brampton Development Incentives Program be subject to budget approval at 
the Current Budget Meeting to be held on April 3, 2000. 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE, THE CITY CLERK NOTED THE MOTION “LOST” — 3 
YEAS, 13 NAYS AND I ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 


Callahan Robertson Begley 
Sprovieri Bissell 
Hames Fennell 

Miles 

Palleschi 

Hunter 

Jeffrey 

DiMarco 

Gibson 

Hutton 

Cowie 

Richards 

Metzak 

LOST 


Council then considered PB060-2000 as follows: 


Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commission of Planning and Building, dated January 14, 2000, 
to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: CENTRAL AREA 
COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN: DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE GRANTS (File 
P75CE) be received; and, 


That the Community Improvement Plan for the Central Area be modified to include: 


. Medium - High and High Density Residential/ Apartment redevelopment projects within 
the Medium — High/ High Density designation in the Downtown Secondary Plan Area as 
being eligible for Development Incentive Grants; 


7 Medium Density/ Townhouse projects in the Medium Density and the Medium — High/ 
High Density designations in the Downtown Secondary Plan Area as being eligible for 
Development Incentive Grants; 


' Limit the eligibility of the retail component of eligible Mixed Use buildings to the 
Central Area Mixed Use designation in the Downtown Secondary Plan Area and the 
Queen Street Corridor portion of the Central Area, west of Highway 410; 


" To confirm that The Belvedere is a project eligible for a Development Incentive Grant; 
7 To apply a two-year time limit on the Development Incentive Grant Program. 

= To impose 950 unit limit on the Development Incentive Grant Program; and 

= To permit a multi-phase development to be eligible for a Development Incentive grant 


upon approval of the first phase of the project. 


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E 2. 


2000 03 08 


That a commitment of units within the 950 unit limit be made to eligible projects that have either 
applied for or received Site Plan Approval since the date of adoption of the Community 
Improvement Plan by Council (September 28, 1998) as long as Building Permits are issued for all 
of the units, or a substantial first phase of a project, no later than December 31, 2000. The 
following projects would qualify for a commitment of units under these criteria: 


Gubasta 1‘ and 2"! Phases - 418 units 
New Park Place - 33 units 
Brookstone Developments - 51 units 


That all phases of the Gubasta Project be eligible for the Development Incentive Grant Program 
upon the Building Permit being issued for the first phase no later than December 31, 2000; 


That the administration of the Development Incentive Grant Program be as set out in the report 
dated February 28, 2000, except for the projects noted above; 


That the Community Improvement Plan be modified to include a fagade improvement program 
similar to the one being implemented in the Town of Orangeville in place of the facade 
improvement program currently set out in the Plan; 


That the Minister of Municipal Affairs be advised that the City has no objection to the 
modifications proposed by the Ministry; and 


That a public meeting be held on April 3, 2000 to present and receive input on the proposed 
modifications to the Community Improvement Plan. 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE, THE CITY CLERK NOTED THE MOTION “CARRIED” 
— 15 YEAS, 1 NAY AND 1 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 


Robertson Hames Begley 
Bissell 
Fennell 
Miles 
Palleschi 
Hunter 
Jeffrey 
Callahan 
DiMarco 
Gibson 
Hutton 
Cowie 
Richards 
Metzak 
Sprovieri 
CARRIED 


Ms. E. Halpenny, Vice-President Land Development, Great Gulf Group of Companies, re: 
CONSTRUCTION OF A WATERMAIN - EAST SIDE OF CHINGUACOUSY ROAD — 
NORTH OF HIGHWAY 7 —- FLETCHER’S MEADOW COMMUNITY (File C3W11.2). 


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E3. 


C090-2000 


2000 03 08 


Ms. E. Halpenny, Vice-President Land Development, Great Gulf Group of Companies did not 
speak due to the fact that her concerns were addressed with Planning Staff on this matter, prior to 
the meeting. 


Delegations, re: PROPOSED MOSQUE — BOVAIRD DRIVE AND SUNFOREST DRIVE 
(File C1E11.14) (See Item H1). 


1. Mr. M. Qazi, Qazi Municipal Engineering & Computer Modelling Ltd. 
2; Mr. Shaikhan, representing the Mosque 
3. Mr. Wayne Confiant, on behalf of the Sunforest Drive area residents 


Mr. Qazi, Qazi Municipal Engineering & Computer Modelling Ltd. and Mr. Shaikhan, 
representative of the Mosque appeared in support of the proposed land swap between the Mosque 
and Metrus Development Inc. Mr. Shaikhan advised of the conditions that the Mosque wanted 
considered with regards to the proposed land swap. 


Discussion took place with regards to the rezoning issues for lands at Sunforest and Bovaird Drive 
since Metrus Developments Inc. is proposing to build townhouses at this location. Mr. Wayne 
Confiant, who represented the area residents indicated that the area residents that he was 
representing would not oppose the townhouse proposal. 


City Councillor Jeffrey advised that details and timelines with regards to the land swap anticipated 
to be formalized at the March 27, 2000 City Council Meeting. 


Item H1 and I 3 were brought forward and also dealt with at this time. 


Moved by City Councillor Jeffrey 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That the following delegations, re: PROPOSED MOSQUE — BOVAIRD DRIVE AND 
SUNFOREST DRIVE (File C1E11.14) be received; and 


1. Mr. M. Qazi, Qazi Municipal Engineering & Computer Modelling Ltd. 
2. Mr. Shaikhan, representing the Mosque 
3. Mr. Wayne Confiant, on behalf of the Sunforest Drive area residents 


That the proposed land exchange between Jamiat-Ul-Ansar and Metrus Development Inc be 
endorsed; and 


That staff be directed to give the application for rezoning of the property at the north-east corner 
of Bovaird and Sunforest Drive a very high priority; and 


That the application to amend the zoning by-law to remove the Holding (H) Symbol by Qazi 
Municipal Engineering and Computer Modelling Limited be deferred to the March 27, 2000 
Council Meeting which will allow a full and complete examination of the potential for re- 
development of the site and give members of the mosque adequate time to evaluate the potential 
sites; and 


That the following Planning and Building Recommendation PB012-2000 from January 24, 2000 
be deferred to the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000 


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“That the following recommendation be forward to City Council on January 31, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED MOSQUE - SUNFOREST DRIVE & HWY 7 - WARD 2 (File 
C1E11.14): 


“That the application to amend the Zoning By-law (removal of the Holding (H) Symbol) 
for Qazi Municipal Engineering & Computer Modelling Ltd.; and 


“That Planning Committee recommend to City Council that the application be granted 
and staff instructed to proceed to prepare the necessary documents for Council approval; 
and 


“That the site plan of the proposed Mosque make provision for a potential access from 
Highway 7 in the event that the highway is transferred to municipal jurisdiction.” 


That the correspondence from B. Hooshley, Vice-President, Metrus Development Inc., dated 
March 3, 2000 to the Council Meeting of March 8, 2000, re: PROPOSED LAND EXCHANGE 
— SUNFOREST DRIVE AND SAILWIND DRIVE (File C1E11.14) be received. 


CARRIED 


F. REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 


* Fl. 


F 3. 


C091-2000 


2000 03 08 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planing and Building, dated February 28, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - 
GAGNON LAW BOZZO URBAN PLANNERS LTD. — RUCAREAL LTD. —- JOHN 
STREET CONDOMINIUMS — NORTH SIDE OF JOHN STREET, EAST OF MAIN 
STREET SOUTH - 16, 18, 20 JOHN STREET, 23, 25, 27 AND 27A QUEEN STREET - 
WARD 3 (File CLE5.42) (See By-laws 39-2000 and 40-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C086-2000 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated March 1, 2000, re: 
REVISED PARKLAND DEDICATION BY-LAW (File F85) (See By-law 41-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C086-2000 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated February 29, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN — SOUTHEAST CORNER OF BRAMALEA ROAD AND LARKSPUR 
ROAD - 18 KARAT DEVELOPMENTS INC. — WARD 10 (File C5E12.6) (See By-law 42- 
2000) 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated February 29, 2000 to the 


Council Meeting of March 8, 2000, re: PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN —- SOUTHEAST CORNER OF BRAMALEA 


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ROAD AND LARKSPUR ROAD - 18 KARAT DEVELOPMENTS INC. — WARD 10 (File C5E12.6) 
be received; and 


That By-law 42-2000 be passed to adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-133; and, 


That it is hereby determined that in adopting the Official Plan Amendment that regard be given to 
all matters of Provincial Interest as set out in section 2 of the Planning Act R.S.O., c.P. 12, as 
amended. 

CARRIED 


F4. Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated February 17, 2000, re: 
TRANSMITTAL OF HOUSEKEEPING AMENDMENT TO ZONING BY-LAW 204-99 — 
MATTAMY (CASTLEMORE) LIMITED (File C7E14.3) (See By-law 43-2000) 


C092-2000 Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated February 17, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of March 8, 2000, re: TRANSMITTAL OF HOUSEKEEPING 
AMENDMENT TO ZONING BY-LAW 204-99 - MATTAMY (CASTLEMORE) LIMITED 
(File C7E14.3) be received; 


That By-law 43-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 56-83, as amended; and 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


CARRIED 


F 5. Report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services dated March 2, 2000, re: FIRE 
UNDERWRITERS SURVEY (File D05). 


C093-2000 Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services dated March 2, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of March 8, 2000, re: FIRE UNDERWRITERS SURVEY (File D05) be 
received. 

CARRIED 


F 6. Report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated February 25, 2000, re: 2008 
OLYMPIC BID PROPOSAL (File M05) 


C094-2000 Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated February 25, 2000 


to the Council Meeting of March 8, 2000, re: 2008 OLYMPIC BID PROPOSAL (File M05) be 
received; and 


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That staff continue to work with the Olympic Bid Committee to establish their financial 
commitment to capital and operating costs associated with use of any Brampton facilities and that 
they report this information back to Council prior to providing Council with the final bid package 
for approval; and 


That the Commissioner of Community Services be authorized to provide a non-binding proposal 
to the 2008 Olympic Committee for the development of a spectator baseball stadium and a 50 
metre swimming facility and the proposal would be conditional upon Council approval of the 
capital and operating guidelines of the Bid Committee, the negotiated agreement for any facility 
construction and Olympic legacy training operations; and 


That the Commissioner of Community Services be authorized to provide a non-binding proposal 
to the Olympic Bid Committee for the use of the Brampton Centre for Sports and Entertainment 
for court sport competition and the proposal would be conditional on the Bid Committee assuming 
the responsibility for all operating costs during the event as well as any capital improvements 
necessary including exit ramp(s) from the 407 Highway to Kennedy Road; and 


That staff provides an analysis to Council for each proposed Brampton venue establishing the 
criteria for the anticipated negotiations with the Bid Committee; and 


That the Negotiating Team be comprised of the City Manager, the Commissioner of Community 


Services and a Member of Council. 
CARRIED 


F7. Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building dated March 7, 2000, re: 
SECURITY FOR TEMPORARY SALES OFFICES (File P43/P05) (See Item J1). 


J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building responded to questions with regards to the 
process the City of Brampton follows with regards to the Letter of Credits provided by Sales 


Pavilions. 


Discussion took place regarding a possible time limit being imposed for the display of site maps 
within the Sales Pavilion by the developer and action necessary to comply with this requirement. 


Item J 1 was brought forward and dealt with at this time. 


C096-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the report from Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building dated 
March 7, 2000 to the Council Meeting of March 8, 2000, re: SECURITY FOR TEMPORARY 
SALES OFFICES (File P43/P05) be received; and 


That City of Brampton immediately return to the policy of a $15,000 Letter of Credit for a sales 
pavilion and make the adjustment for the few that have been processed at the new rate; and 


That there will be no deduction or return of the Letter of Credit until the Sales Pavilion is 
removed. 


CARRIED 


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F8. Report from Economic Development, dated March 12, 1999, re: PROJECT PROPOSAL — 
DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW CNR INTERMODAL TERMINAL IN BRAMPTON (File 
G60) (See Item M 1). 


SEE ITEM M1, RESOLUTIONS C103-2000 TO C106-2000 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 
Gl. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE - February 28, 2000 


C097-2000 Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the Minutes of the Economic Development Committee Meeting of February 28, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of March 8, 2000, Recommendations EC015-2000 to EC024-2000, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


EC015-2000 That the Agenda for the Economic Development Committee Meeting dated February 28, 2000 be 
approved, as amended to add: 


Ji. Discussion: TEMPORARY EXEMPTION FROM ON-SITE PARKING 
REQUIREMENTS IN DOWNTOWN PARKING EXEMPTION (File P03). 


EC016-2000 That the presentation by D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development and Ms. Janet Biggart, 
Brampton Marketing Team to the Economic Development Committee Meeting of February 28, 
2000, re: BRAMPTON MARKETING CAMPAIGN — 2000 (File M10) be received; and 


That the report from D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development, dated February 28, 2000, re: 
MARKETING REPORT: ACTIVITY PROGRAM IN 2000 (File M10) be received; and 


That the identity and name recognition component of the campaign include the distinguishable 
“All Roads Lead to Brampton” marketing graphic on all economic development literature, 
collateral material and other economic development items; and 


That the “All Roads Lead to Brampton” billboard be renewed at the Lester B Pearson 
International Airport; and 


That Print Advertising to create awareness in ‘vertical’ industrial markets such as automotive, 
food and other segments become a part of the 2000 campaign; and 


That a new business development lure brochure be developed as a main collateral piece for all 
business development activities undertaken by the Brampton Economic Development Office and 


the Brampton Economic Development Team; and 


That two existing 30-second commercials developed in 1999 be used on the TV Guide channel 
(#5) in 2000; and 


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EC017-2000 


EC018-2000 


EC019-2000 


EC020-2000 


EC021-2000 


EC022-2000 


EC023-2000 


EC024-2000 


G2. 


C098-2000 


2000 03 08 


That a “Business Media Relations” campaign be introduced in 2000 with the objective of raising 
the profile of Brampton in the business community through traditional media strategies including 
business development case histories, regular press releases, release of insightful research, ghost 
written stories, congratulatory advertising/media advisories for new business; and 


That a new campaign focused on Community Pride and Corporate Image be introduced to the 
Brampton Marketing Plan, offering a unique creative element focussed on positioning Brampton 
in mass media outlets, such as newspaper; trade shows and leading magazines. This component 
represents a new budget allocation; and 


That all recommendations associated with the Brampton Marketing Campaign 2000 are subject to 
Budget Committee and City Council approval. 


That the verbal report from City Councillor Hames, Chair to the Economic Development 
Committee Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: ABB OPENING/COCA-COLA INDUSTRIES 
(File M00) be received. 


That the report from D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development to the Economic 
Development Committee Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: ANNUAL ECONOMIC REPORT, 
1999 be received. 


That the verbal report from City Councillor Hunter to the Economic Development Committee 
Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: TOURISM COMMITTEE UPDATE (File M52). 


That the report from D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development to the Economic 
Development Committee Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: CORPORATE CALLING 
SCHEDULE — MARCH, 2000 (File M10) be received. 


That the minutes of the Downtown Brampton Transition Team Meeting held February 3, 2000 to 
the Economic Development Committee Meeting of February 28, 2000, be received. 


That the minutes of the Brampton Downtown Business Association Meeting of January 25, 2000 


to the Economic Development Committee Meeting of February 28, 2000 be received. 


That the correspondence from City Councillor Hames, Chair, Economic Development Committee 
to Mr. John Lomax, CIBC, dated February 20, 2000 to the Economic Development Committee 
Meeting of February 28, 2000, re: THANK YOU LETTER TO MR. LOMAX FOR HIS 
CONTRIBUTION TO THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (File G24) be 
received. 


That the Economic Development Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, March 
27, 2000, at 12:00 noon, or at the call of the Chair. 


COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE — March 1, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


City Councillor Cowie, Chair of Community Services made the following announcements: 


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1. There will be a City Wide Clean-Up Day on Saturday, April 22, 2000 and a festival to 
thank the volunteers on Saturday, April 29, 2000 at Gage Park. He advised that there 
would be a delegation to Council closer to the event. 


2; That he and other members of Council participated in a Big Brothers Bowling 
Competition and raised $11,000. 
3. In June 2000 there will be a tournament in Woman’s Softball with teams participating 


from Canada, Australia, New Zealand. He advised that there will be a delegation to 
Council closer to the date. 


That the Minutes of the Community Services Committee Meeting of March 1, 2000 to the Council Meeting 
of March 8, 2000, Recommendations CS021-200 to CS031-200, be approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 
The recommendations were approved as follows: 


CS021-2000 That the Agenda for the Community Services Committee Meeting dated March 1, 2000 be approved as 
printed and circulated. 


CS022-2000 That Committee proceed into Closed Session in order to address a matter pertaining to the security 
of the property of the municipality or local board. 


CS023-2000 That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated February 22, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of March 1, 2000, re: CIVIC CENTRE ICE RINK 
(File C00) be received. 


CS024-2000 That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated February 21, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of March 1, 2000, re: BRAMPTON SAFE CITY 
ASSOCIATION (File G10) be received. 


CS025-2000 That the report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Fire and Emergency Services, Community Services, dated 
February 18, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of March 1, 2000, re: FIRE AND 
EMERGENCY SERVICES MONTHLY STATISTICS — JANUARY 2000 (File D05) be received. 


CS026-2000 That the report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Fire and Emergency Services, Community Services, dated 
February 18, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of March 1, 2000, re: GTA 
TRAINING CENTRE (File DOS) be received. 


CS027-2000 That the report from H. Newlove, Director of Recreation Facilities and Programs, Community 
Services, dated February 15, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of March 1, 
2000, re: MINI CARNIVAL AND CAMPBELL AMUSEMENTS IN CHINGUACOUSY 
PARK (File W95) be received; and, 


That the sanctioning of Campbell Amusements Ltd. to operate an amusement midway, including 
games and rides, at the Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park on the following dates, be 


approved: 
a) May 25, 2000 to May 28, 2000 
b) June 28, 2000 to July 2, 2000 
c) August 9, 2000 to August 13, 2000. 


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CS028-2000 That the report from H. Newlove, Director of Recreation Facilities and Programs, Community 
Services, dated February 18, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of March 1, 
2000, re: PETE’S PADDYFEST PROCEEDS (File R51) be received; and, 


That all net proceeds from the Pete’s Paddyfest event, to be held at the Brampton Centre for 
Sports and Entertainment on March 17, 2000, be deposited into Reserves for use in the Heritage 
Theatre project. 


CS029-2000 That the report from H. Newlove, Director of Recreation Facilities and Programs, Community 
Services, dated February 23, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of March 1, 2000, 
re: SKATEBOARD PARKS (File R21) be received. 


CS030-2000 That the correspondence from Ms. M. Vieira, 82 Nanport Street, Brampton, dated January 27, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of March 1, 2000, re: EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION — 
STEVE PRESTON, PARKS OPERATIONS, COMMUNITY SERVICES (File H00) be received. 


CS031-2000 That the Community Services Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, April 5, 2000, 
at 1:00 p.m. 


G3. ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE -— March 6, 2000 


C099-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 


That the Minutes of the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of March 6, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of March 8, 2000, Recommendations AF006-2000 to AF010-2000, be approved as amended to 
show that Regional Councillor Fennell was absent due to illness. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


AF006-2000 That the Agenda for the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting dated March 6, 2000 be 
approved, as amended to add: 


D1. Presentation by P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services, re: 
TREASURY DIVISION REORGANIZATION (1999) (File F05). 


D2. Presentation by H. Quaresma, Acting Manager, Corporate Health, Safety and Claims 
Programs, Human Resources Division, Corporate Services, re: 1999 HEALTH AND 
SAFETY REPORT (File H50). 


Ji. Discussion re: PROCESS FOR DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION TO 
COUNCIL MEMBERS (File A01). 


J2. Discussion re: PROCESS FOR DETERMINING MATTERS FOR 
CONSIDERATION IN CLOSED SESSION (File A01). 


AF007-2000 That the presentation by P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services, to the 


Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of March 6, 2000, re: TREASURY DIVISION 
REORGANIZATION (1999) (File F05) be received; and, 


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AF008-2000 


AF009-2000 


AF010-2000 


G4. 


C100-2000 


PB058-2000 


2000 03 08 


That the report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services, dated 
February 28, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
TREASURY DIVISION REORGANIZATION (1999) (File F05) be received. 


That the presentation by H. Quaresma, Acting Manager, Corporate Health, Safety and Claims 
Programs, Human Resources Division, Corporate Services, to the Administration and Finance 
Committee Meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 1999 HEALTH AND SAFETY REPORT (File H50) 
be received; and, 


That the report from H. Quaresma, Acting Manager, Corporate Health, Safety and Claims 
Programs, Human Resources Division, Corporate Services, dated February 25, 2000, to the 
Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 1999 HEALTH AND 
SAFETY REPORT (File H50) be received. 


That the Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor be instructed to advise Council 
whether or not an item should or could be discussed or considered in Closed Session of Council 
and/or Committee. 


That the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of March 6, 2000 do now adjourn to 
meet again on Wednesday, April 12, 2000, at 1:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


PLANNING AND BUILDING COMMITTEE — March 6, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the Minutes of the Planning and Committee Meeting of March 6, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
March 8, 2000, Recommendations PB058-2000 to PB083-200, be approved by deleting Recommendation 
PB060-2000 as it was dealt with under Council Resolution C089-2000; and 


By amending paragraph 2 under Item D2-1 to read: 


“Staff answered questions of Committee. Discussion took place as to whether or not this item has been 
budgeted for and whether or not the fagade improvement grant will appear as a line item. Staff answered 
that the facade improvement grant it is not presently included as a line item within the current 
budget.” 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Planning & Building Committee Meeting dated March 6, 2000, be 
approved as amended to: 


Add L6. Discussion re: CN RAIL - SHUNTING OPERATION IN NORTHWEST 
BRAMPTON 


Delete D2-3. Delegation of Ms. E.A. Halpenny, Vice-President — Land Development, Great 
Gulf Group of Companies re: CONSTRUCTION OF A REGIONAL 
WATERMAIN - EAST SIDE OF CHINGUACOUSY ROAD —- NORTH 
OF HIGHWAY 7 — FLETCHERS’ MEADOW COMMUNITY (File 
C3W11.2). 


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PB059-2000 


PB061-2000 


PB062-2000 


PB063-2000 


PB064-2000 


PB065-2000 


2000 03 08 


That the delegation of Mr. Colin Chung, Gagnon, Law Bozzo, to the Planning and Building 
Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: CENTRAL AREA COMMUNITY 
IMPROVEMENT PLAN: DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE GRANTS (File P75CE) be 
received. 


That the delegation of Ms. Nadia Ongaro, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of 
March 6, 2000, re: CASTLEMORE GOLF COURSE (File C9E6.4) be deferred to the next 
meeting of the Planning and Building Committee set for April 3, 2000. 


That the report R. Nykyforchyn, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
February 28, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - PROPOSES TO AMEND COMPREHENSIVE ZONING 
BY-LAW 151-88 - OMNIBUS (HOUSEKEEPING) AMENDMENT - WARD 10 (File 
G02BR) be received; and 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from R. Nykyforchyn, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated February 28, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - DRAFT PLAN OF PROPOSED SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - 
PELLIZZARI & OTHERS - WARD 2 (File C1E17.18) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from J. Hardcastle, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated February 22, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - LF. PROPCO HOLDINGS 
(ONT.) 13 LTD. - ASBESTOS WORKERS PENSION FUND (1) INC. - UPIC (1) 
CORPORATION - WARD 2 (File C1W18.4) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from J. Hardcastle, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated February 22, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - 
TEAM THREE - BRAMPTON 4-2 WEST LIMITED - WARD 4 (File C1W4.3) be 
received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 


Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


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PB066-2000 


PB067-2000 


PB068-2000 


PB069-2000 


PB070-2000 


PBO071-2000 


2000 03 08 


That the report from N. Grady, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
February 25, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - 
ONTARIO SEED CLEANERS AND DEALERS - WARD 2 (File C1W16.15) be received; 
and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from N. Grady, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
February 25, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND 
ZONING BY-LAW - SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. - WARD 10 (File C4E15.2) be 
received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a final staff recommendation. 


That the report from P. Snape, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
February 24, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW AND 
PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - SOMMERS GLEN ESTATES INC. - 
WARD 10 (File C9E7.6) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from P. Snape, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
February 24, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW AND 
PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - TUMBRIDGE ESTATES INC. - 
WARD 10 (File C9E7.5) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from P. Snape, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
February 24, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND 
ZONING BY-LAW - FIRST BRAMTEN DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED - WARD 3 (File 
T1W15.26) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 


application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from N. Grady, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
February 25, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 


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PB072-2000 


PB073-2000 


PB074-2000 


PB075-2000 


2000 03 08 


INFORMATION REPORT - PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - 
TAFMAR HOLDINGS LIMITED - WARD 2 (File C2E12.13) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated February 28, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND 
ZONING BY-LAW - SPRUCE VALLEY HOMES - WARD 1 (File C2E9.7) be received; 
and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from N. Grady, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
February 25, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - 
YONGESTAR CUSTOM HOMES INC. - WARD 10, (File C10E7.4) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated February 28, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND 
ZONING BY-LAW - CANDEVCON LIMITED - WARD 8 (File C3E2.5) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from J. Hardcastle, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated February 22, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT - PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN - 18 KARAT DEVELOPMENTS 
INC. - WARD 10 (File C5E12.6) be received; and, 


That Planning and Building Committee recommend adoption of the above referenced Official 
Plan Amendment; and, 


That Planning and Building Committee recommend approval of the subject applications for 
Official Plan Amendment and Draft Plan of Subdivision and authorize staff to issue notice of draft 


plan approval, subject to the following: 


a) any necessary minor red-line revisions to the draft plan identified by staff; and, 


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PB076-2000 


PB077-2000 


PB078-2000 


PB079-2000 


2000 03 08 


b) all conditions contained in the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of 
Draft Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivision, or derivatives or special 
applications of said conditions, as determined by the Commissioner of Planning 
and Building. 


That the report from S. Hill, Manager, Land Use Policy, Planning and Building Department, dated 
February 28, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
NORTHWEST EXPANSION AREA (File P25OV) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to proceed with the initiation of background studies for the northwest 
expansion area, in accordance with the recommended review process set out in the report dated 
February 28, 2000, in order to evaluate the long term opportunities for development of those 
Brampton lands currently outside the City’s urban boundary; and, 


That the three background studies be funded from the Official Plan Review reserve account, 
subject to the landowners ‘front-ending’ approximately $125,000 to that account; and, 


That a contract policy planner position be approved in 2000, to be funded from the Official Plan 
Review reserve account. 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated February 22, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
APPEAL BY ANNA FISCARELLI OF THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT’S 
REFUSAL OF MINOR VARIANCE APPLICATION A269/99 - 30 INTERMODAL 
DRIVE, UNIT 26 - WARD 10 (File G31 A269/99) be received; and, 


That City Council direct Planning and Building and Legal Services staff to attend the March 17, 
2000 Ontario Municipal Board hearing respecting application A269/99 in support of the 
Committee of Adjustment’s decision to refuse this application. 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated February 23, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
APPEAL BY JOHN AND JANET BROUSSEAU OF THE COMMITTEE OF 
ADJUSTMENT’S APPROVAL OF MINOR VARIANCE APPLICATION A273/99 - 24 
CRESCENT HILL DRIVE NORTH - WARD 7 (File G31 A273/99) be received; and, 


That City Council direct Planning and Building and Legal Services staff to attend the March 22, 
2000 Ontario Municipal Board hearing respecting application A273/99 in support of the Appeal 
and Planning Staff’s recommendations contained in the Staff Report, dated December 21, 1999. 


That the report from G. Lambright, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated February 22, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
APPEAL BY ROBERT PATTERSON AND COLLEEN PATERSON OF THE 
COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT’S REFUSAL OF MINOR VARIANCE APPLICATION 
A307/99 - 95 MARTINDALE CRESCENT - WARD 5 (File G31 A307/99) be received; and, 


That City Council direct Planning and Building and Legal Services staff to attend the March 14, 


1999 Ontario Municipal Board hearing respecting application A307/99 in support of the 
Committee of Adjustment’s decision to refuse this application. 


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PB080-2000 That the report from G. Lambright, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated February 23, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
APPEAL BY JOHN GREGOIRE AND JOYCE GREGOIRE OF THE COMMITTEE OF 
ADJUSTMENT’S REFUSAL OF MINOR VARIANCE APPLICATION A309/99 - 61 
CHADWICK STREET - WARD 4 (File G31 A309/99) be received; and, 


That City Council direct Planning and Building and Legal Services staff to attend the March 22, 
2000 Ontario Municipal Board hearing respecting application A309/00 in support of the 
Committee of Adjustment’s decision to refuse this application. 


PBO081-2000 That the report from J. Corbett, Director of Planning & Development Services, Planning and 
Building Department and A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated 
March 1, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of March 6, 2000, re: 
DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON —- EXEMPTION FROM ON-SITE PARKING 
REQUIREMENT FOR COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENTS (File P03PA) be received; and, 


That a public meeting be convened in accordance with City Council’s procedures; and, 


That prior to the enactment of the implementing by-law, staff be directed to report back to 
Planning and Building Committee with respect to the financial implications of exempting 
downtown development from cash-in-lieu of parking requirements. 


PB082-2000 That the following resolution be presented to Council in open session at the March 8, 2000 
meeting: 


“That staff inform CN Rail that the City of Brampton does not support the terminal in the 
Northwest area of Brampton”; and, 


That a copy of this resolution be sent to the M.P.’s and M.P.P.’s accordingly. 


PB083-2000 That the Planning & Building Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, March 20, 
2000 at 1:00 p.m. or at the call of the Chair. 


G5. SIGN VARIANCE COMMITTEE -— March 7, 2000 


C101-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Callahan 


That the Minutes of the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
March 8, 2000, Recommendations SV015-2000 to SV040-2000, be approved as amended in 
Recommendation SV030-2000 to read as follows: 


“That the correspondence from Mr. Murray Gilbert, ASTA Developers (Ontario) Inc., to Mr. 
Michael Gagnon, Gagnon, Law, Bozzo Urban Planning Ltd., dated March 7, 2000, to the Sign 
Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
GUBASTA HOLDINGS INC. - 203 QUEEN STREET EAST — WARD 3 (File G26SI) be 
received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated February 15, 2000, 
to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 


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SV015-2000 


SV016-2000 


2000 03 08 


APPLICATION — GUBASTA HOLDINGS INC. — 203 QUEEN STREET EAST — WARD 3 
(File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a double-faced ground sign not larger than 288 square feet at 203 
Queen Street East; and, 


That the sign shall have a minimum clearance of 2.3 metres (7.5 feet) above the ground; and, 


That the approval is only for a temporary period and the sign shall be removed within 90 days of 
Council approval of this decision; and, 


That the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit for the existing ground sign; 
and 


That the applicant agrees to start discussions with staff on the appropriate signage for Phase II at 
203 Queen Street East, and to do so within the necessary timeframe to meet the deadline for 
consideration by the Sign Variance Committee prior to the installation of any new signage.” 


That the correspondence from Mr. P. Strang, Touchstone Homes, dated March 3, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR DEFERRAL — SIGN 
VARIANCE APPLICATION — TOUCHSTONE HOMES — 9770 CHINGUACOUSY 
ROAD (SW HIGHWAY #7 AND CHINGUACOUSY ROAD) — PART OF LOTS 9 AND 10, 
BLK. 331, CONC. 3 WHS. — WARD 6 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 3, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — TOUCHSTONE HOMES - 9770 CHINGUACOUSY ROAD (SW 
HIGHWAY #7 AND CHINGUACOUSY ROAD) —- PART OF LOTS 9 AND 10, BLK. 331, 
CONC. 3 WHS. — WARD 6 (File G26SJ) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a wall sign attached to the Touchstone Homes sales pavilion facing 
Highway #7, and that the sign shall not exceed 111.46 square metres (1199.7 square feet) and 0.6 
metres (2 feet) above the roofline; and, 


That this approval be for a temporary period and the sign shall be removed by January 3, 2002, or 
when the site is fully developed, whichever comes first; and, 


That the existing illegal sign be removed within two weeks of Council approval of this decision 
and prior to the issuance of the appropriate City permit for the approved sign. 


That the correspondence from Ms. I. Brooks, Operations Manager, Omni Outdoor, dated March 3, 
2000, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: WITHDRAWAL OF 
SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATIONS — CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (RAILWAY 
CORRIDOR) be received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (RAILWAY CORRIDOR) — 
SOUTHWEST QUEEN STREET EAST AND ELLIOTT STREET — WARD 4 (File G26S]) 
be received; and, 


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SV017-2000 


SV018-2000 


SV019-2000 


2000 03 08 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (RAILWAY CORRIDOR) — 
NORTHEAST QUADRANT HIGHWAY #7 AND RAILROAD CORRIDOR — WARD 2 
(File G26SI) be received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 

APPLICATION — CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (RAILWAY CORRIDOR) — WEST 
MCLAUGHLIN, NORTHWEST HAROLD STREET — WARD 4 (File G26SI) be received. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 22, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: TRINITY DEVELOPMENT 
GROUP - N.E. BOVAIRD DRIVE AND HIGHWAY 410 — WARD 10 (File G26SD) be 
received. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated February 18, 2000, 
to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATIONS — BUILDER A-FRAME MOBILE SIGNS (File G26S]) be received; and, 


That the applications from the following builders for A-Frame mobile signs be approved, as 
follows: 


Company Name Number of Signs 
Melody Homes (425 Wanless Drive) 8 

HR Developments (Fletcher Drive) 12 
Darcel Developers (S.W. Corner Highway 10 and Wanless Drive) 12 
Greenleaf Homes (N.W. Corner McLaughlin Road and Highway 7) 12 


That prior to installation the applicants shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — FIRST GULF BUSINESS PARKS INC. (APPLEBEE’S) — 60 
BISCAYNE CRESCENT — WARD 3 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a 6.4 square metres (68.8 square feet) wall sign attached to the south 
elevation of the building, and that the sign shall not be closer than 0.6 metres (2 feet) from any 
point along the top of the parapet on which the sign is attached; and, 


That approval be given for a 6.4 square metres (68.8 square feet) wall sign attached to the east 
elevation of the building, and that the sign shall not be closer than 0.6 metres (2 feet) from any 
point along the top of the parapet on which the sign is attached; and, 


That approval be given for a 6.4 square metres (68.8 square feet) wall sign attached to the west 
elevation of the building, and that the sign shall not be closer than 0.6 metres (2 feet) from any 
point along the top of the parapet on which the sign is attached; and, 


That approval be given for a 6.4 square metres (68.8 square feet) wall sign attached to the west 


elevation of the building, and that the sign shall not be closer than 0.6 metres (2 feet) from any 
point along the top of the parapet on which the sign is attached; and, 


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SV020-2000 


SV021-2000 


SV022-2000 


2000 03 08 


That approval be given for a 13.8 square metres (148.5 square feet) wall sign attached to the north 
elevation of the building, and that the sign shall not be closer than 0.6 metres (2 feet) from any 
point along the top of the parapet on which the sign is attached; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the Report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — CASTLE LAKE ESTATES INC. (GREENPARK HOMES) — N.W. THE 
GORE ROAD AND HIGHWAY 7 — WARD 10 (File G26SJ) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a total of 8 flags for Greenpark Homes for the site at the northwest 
corner of The Gore Road and Highway #7; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the Report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — CASTLE LAKE ESTATES INC. (STARLANE HOMES) — N.W. THE 
GORE ROAD AND HIGHWAY 7—- WARD 10 (File G26SJ) be received; and, 


That approval be given for two wall signs, each 11 square metres (118 square feet) in area, for the 
south elevation of the Starlane Homes Sales office at the northwest corner of Highway #7 and The 
Gore road; and, 


That approval be given for a total of 8 flags for Starlane Homes for the site at the northwest corner 
of The Gore Road and Highway #7; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 

That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — PETRO CANADA - 7995 DIXIE ROAD (S.E. DIXIE ROAD AND 
STEELES AVENUE) — WARD 8 (File G26SD) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a 12.04 square metres (129.6 square feet) ground sign facing Dixie 
Road; and, 


That approval be given for a 12.04 square metres (129.6 square feet) ground sign facing Steeles 
Avenue; and, 


That approval be given for a 3.55 square metres (38.2 square feet) wall sign attached to the north 
side of the canopy facing Steeles Avenue; and, 


That approval be given for a 3.55 square metres (38.2 square feet) wall sign attached to the west 
side of the canopy facing Dixie Road; and, 


That approval be given for four ground signs, each 0.78 square metres (8.3 square feet) close to 
the east side of the property; and, 


That approval be given for a 0.63 square metres (6.78 square feet) wall sign attached to the west 
wall of the gas bar building; and, 


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SV023-2000 


SV024-2000 


2000 03 08 


That approval be given for a 0.63 square metres (6.78 square feet) wall sign attached to the north 
wall of the gas bar building; and, 


That approval be given for a 0.46 square metres (4.3 square feet) wall sign attached to the west 
wall of the gas bar building; and, 


That approval be given for a 0.46 square metres (4.3 square feet) wall sign attached to the north 
wall of the gas bar building; and, 


That approval be given for a 0.75 square metres (80.7 square feet) wall sign attached to the west 
elevation of the gas bar building; and, 


That approval be given for a 0.75 square metres (80.7 square feet) wall sign attached to the north 
elevation of the gas bar building; and, 


That approval be given for a 0.75 square metres (80.7 square feet) wall sign attached to the east 
elevation of the gas bar building; and, 


That approval be given for a 1.08 square metres (11.62 square feet) wall sign attached to the 
north fascia of the gas bar building; and, 


That approval be given for four ground signs each 2.6 square metres (27.9 square feet) in surface, 
located over the fuel dispensers facing Steeles Avenue; and, 


That approval be given for a 0.29 square metres (3.12 square feet) wall sign on the east elevation 
of the car wash building with a minimum clearance of 2.3 metres (7.5 feet) above the finished 
grade; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 

That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — PRIME RESTAURANT GROUP (EAST SIDE MARIO’S) — 130 GREAT 
LAKES DRIVE — WARD 10 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a 13.5 square metres (145.3 square feet) wall sign on the north 
elevation of the “East Side Mario’s” Restaurant, at 130 Great Lakes Drive; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain an appropriate City permit. 

That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — SOBEYS — 380 BOVAIRD DRIVE (N.E. BOVAIRD DRIVE AND 
CONESTOGA DRIVE) — WARD 2 (File G26SJ) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a 25 square metres (269 square feet) wall sign on the east wall of the 
Sobeys store at 380 Bovaird Drive; and 


That the maximum letter height of the wall sign shall not exceed 1.8 metres (6 feet); and, 


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SV025-2000 


SV026-2000 


SV027-2000 


SV028-2000 


2000 03 08 


That the wall sign shall not be closer than 0.6 metres (2 feet) from any point along the highest 
point of the parapet on which the sign is attached; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 

That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — SOBEYS — 930 NORTH PARK DRIVE (N.W. NORTH PARK DRIVE 
AND MACKAY STREET) — WARD 7 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a 25 square metres (269 square feet) wall sign on the south wall of the 
Sobeys store at 930 North Park Drive; and, 


That the maximum letter height of the wall sign shall not exceed 1.8 metres (6 feet); and, 


That the wall sign shall not be closer than 0.6 metres (2 feet) from any point along the top of the 
parapet on which the sign is attached; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 

That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — SOBEYS — 400 QUEEN STREET WEST (N.W. QUEEN STREET AND 
MCLAUGHLIN ROAD) — WARD 5 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a 25 square metres (269 square feet) wall sign on the south wall of the 
Sobeys store at 400 Queen Street West; and, 


That the maximum letter height of the wall sign shall not exceed 1.8 metres (6 feet); and, 


That the wall sign shall not be closer than 0.6 metres (2 feet) from any point along the top of the 
parapet on which the sign is attached; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 

That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — CANELLDS — 252 QUEEN STREET — WARD 1 (File G26SJ) be received; 


and, 


That approval be given for a 15.67 square metres (168.7 square feet) wall sign for the south 
elevation of the “Canelli’s Casual Italian Eatery” at 252 Queen Street; and, 


That the sign shall not be closer than 0.08 metres (20 inches) to any point along the top of the 
parapet to which the sign is attached; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 


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SV029-2000 


SV030-2000 


SV031-2000 


2000 03 08 


APPLICATION — THE HOME DEPOT (HARVEY’S) — 60 GREAT LAKES DRIVE — 
WARD 10 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a 3.7 square metres (39.8 square feet) wall sign on the east elevation of 
the Home Depot establishment at 60 Great Lakes Drive; and, 


That the wall sign shall have a minimum clearance of 2.05 metres (6.72 feet) from the finished 
grade; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain an appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — TRINITY DEVELOPMENT GROUP INC. (MONTANA’S) — 170 
GREAT LAKES DRIVE — WARD 10 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a 13.5 square metres (145.3 square feet) wall sign on the north 
elevation of the “Montana’s Cookhouse Saloon”, at 170 Great Lakes Drive; and, 


That the wall sign shall not be closer than 0.50 metres (20 inches) from any point along the top of 
the parapet on which the sign is attached; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain an appropriate City permit. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Murray Gilbert, ASTA Developers (Ontario) Inc., to Mr. 
Michael Gagnon, Gagnon, Law, Bozzo Urban Planning Ltd., dated March 7, 2000, to the Sign 
Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
GUBASTA HOLDINGS INC. -— 203 QUEEN STREET EAST — WARD 3 (File G26SI) be 
received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated February 15, 2000, 
to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — GUBASTA HOLDINGS INC. — 203 QUEEN STREET EAST — WARD 3 
(File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a double-faced ground sign not larger than 288 square feet at 203 
Queen Street East; and, 


That the sign shall have a minimum clearance of 2.3 metres (7.5 feet) above the ground; and, 


That the approval is only for a temporary period and the sign shall be removed within 90 days of 
Council approval of this decision; and, 


That the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit for the existing ground sign; and 
That the applicant agrees to start discussions with staff on the appropriate signage for Phase II at 
203 Queen Street East, and to do so within the necessary timeframe to meet the deadline for 
consideration by the Sign Variance Committee prior to the installation of any new signage. 

That the correspondence from Mr. Mark S. Stever, President, National Sign and Awning, dated 


March 6, 2000, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR 
DEFERRAL - SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — GOOD LIFE FITNESS 


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SV032-2000 
LOST 


SV033-2000 


SV034-2000 


SV035-2000 


SV036-2000 


2000 03 08 


CLUB/HOLIDAY INN — 25 PEEL CENTRE DRIVE, UNIT 127 — WARD 7 (File G26SI) be 
received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — GOOD LIFE FITNESS CLUB/HOLIDAY INN — 25 PEEL CENTRE 
DRIVE, UNIT 127 —- WARD 7 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That consideration of the SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — GOOD LIFE FITNESS 
CLUB/HOLIDAY INN — 25 PEEL CENTRE DRIVE, UNIT 127 — WARD 7 (File G26SI) be 
deferred to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000. 


That the application for a 14.4 square metres (155 square feet) ground sign facing 
McLaughlin Road, approximately 350 metres (382.7 yard) from the southwest corner of 
Sandalwood Parkway West and McLaughlin Road, be approved; and, 


That this approval be for a temporary period, and the sign shall be removed by July 31, 2000, or 
whenever the sales pavilion is put up, whichever comes first. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — SAPHIRE HILLS HOMES INC. (SOLMAR HOMES) - LOT 13, CONC. 
2 WHS (MCLAUGHLIN ROAD) — WARD 6 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That the application for a 14.4 square metres (155 square feet) ground sign facing McLaughlin 
Road, approximately 350 metres (382.7 yard) from the southwest corner of Sandalwood Parkway 
West and McLaughlin Road, be refused. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — DISCOVERY BUILDING CORP. (SENATOR HOMES) — N.E. 
BOVAIRD DRIVE AND GREAT LAKES DRIVE — WARD 10 (File G26SD) be received; and, 


That the application for a 18.35 square metres (197.5 square feet) billboard close to the northeast 
corner of Bovaird Drive and Great Lakes Avenue be refused; and, 


That the application for seven flags facing Great Lakes Avenue be refused. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — DISCOVERY BUILDING CORP. (SENATOR HOMES) - S.W. PETER 
ROBERTSON BOULEVARD AND DIXIE ROAD — WARD 10 (File G26SJ) be received; 
and, 


That the application for three flags on Block 243 (Registered Plan 43M-1298) close to the 
southwest corner of Peter Robertson Boulevard and Dixie Road, on a site-zoned Flood Plain, be 
refused. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — DISCOVERY BUILDING CORP. (SENATOR HOMES) - 36 SEASIDE 
CIRCLE — WARD 10 (File G26SJ) be received; and, 


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SV037-2000 


SV038-2000 


SV039-2000 


SV040-2000 


That the application for a 6.18 square metres (66.5 square feet) billboard, facing Bovaird Drive at 
36 Seaside Circle, be refused. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — DISCOVERY BUILDING CORP. (SENATOR HOMES) — 86 SEASIDE 
CIRCLE — WARD 10 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That the application for a 6.18 square metres (66.5 square feet) billboard, facing Bovaird Drive at 
86 Seaside Circle, be refused. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — DOCTOR DAVID CHANG - 143 QUEEN STREET EAST, UNIT 20 - 
WARD 3 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That the application for a 15.48 square metres (170.6 square feet) wall sign attached to the west 
elevation, perpendicular to Queen Street, close to the roofline, be refused; and, 


That the application for a 1.91 square metres (20.5 square feet) wall sign attached to the west 
elevation, perpendicular to Queen Street below the first floor of the building, be refused. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated January 5, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of March 7, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — FAMILY MEDICAL AND FAMILY DENTAL CENTRE - 66 QUARRY 
EDGE DRIVE — WARD 5 (File G26SD) be received; and, 


That “backlit” lighting not be permitted on the east side of the building, but that indirect lighting 
(gooseneck) be allowed in consultation with A. Cotic. 


That the Sign Variance Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Tuesday, April 4, 2000, at 
1:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 


H1. 


PROPOSED MOSQUE — SUNFOREST DRIVE AND HIGHWAY #7 — WARD 2 (File 
C1E11.14) (See Item E 3). 


DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E 3, RESOLUTION C090-2000 


I. CORRESPONDENCE 


- 11. 


2000 03 08 


Correspondence from Mr. Bruce Taylor, Town Clerk, Town of Pickering, dated February 10, 
2000, re: RESOLUTION — PROTECTION OF CANADA’S CHILDREN (File C50). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C087-2000 


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12. 


C102-2000 


13. 


Correspondence from H. Picken, President, Brampton Board of Trade, dated February 16, 2000, 
re: JOINT USE FACILITIES BETWEEN THE DUFFERIN-PEEL CATHOLIC DISTRICT 
SCHOOL BOARD AND PEEL DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD (File P46/G32/C25). 


Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the correspondence from H. Picken, President, Brampton Board of Trade, dated February 16, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of March 8, 2000, re: JOINT USE FACILITIES BETWEEN THE 
DUFFERIN-PEEL CATHOLIC DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD AND PEEL DISTRICT 
SCHOOL BOARD (File P46/G32/C25) be received. 

CARRIED 


Correspondence from B. Hooshley, Vice-President, Metrus Development Inc., dated March 3, 
2000, re: PROPOSED LAND EXCHANGE — SUNFOREST DRIVE AND SAILWIND 
DRIVE (File C11E11.14) (See Items E 3 and H 1) 


DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E 3., RESOLUTION C090-2000 


J. RESOLUTIONS 


Ji. 


Resolution - LETTER OF CREDITS FOR SALES PAVILIONS (File P43/P05) (See Item F7) 


DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM F 7, RESOLUTION C096-2000 


K. NOTICE OF MOTION - nil 


L. PETITIONS - nil 


M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 


M1. 


2000 03 08 


Discussion, re: CN RAIL —- INTERMODAL FACILITY IN NORTHWEST BRAMPTON 
(File G60) (See Item F8) 


Regional Councillor Palleschi and City Councillor Hutton raised concerns regarding a City of 
Brampton Report dated March, 1999 that was sent to CN Rail indicating City of Brampton 
support for locating an intermodal facility in the northwest quadrant of Brampton while this item 
had never been formally address by Council. They also indicated concern that CN Rail will base 
their decision on the location for their new shunting operation on the basis of this report. 


Discussion took place regarding concerns with related to the noise, additional traffic and safety 


issues related to the CN Rail intermodal facility being located in this area, due to the fact that 
these issues exist with the current CN Rail shunting operations at the Airport Road location. 


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Discussion took place with regard to the protocol and confidentiality issues surrounding ventures 
of this nature with the indication that area councillors should be involved in discussions so that the 
best interest of their constituents can be addressed. 

Mayor Robertson advised that some times it is difficult to involve the area councillors at the 
beginning of a proposed venture due to the request of confidentiality from various industries/ 
developers. 


C103-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi 
Seconded by City Councillor Hutton 


That the City of Brampton Report regarding a project proposal dated March 12, 1999 for the 
development of a new CN Rail Intermodal Terminal in Brampton as submitted to Canadian 
National Railway in March, 1999 be received by Council as a public document of record. 


CARRIED 


C104-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi 
Seconded by City Councillor Hutton 


That the City of Brampton retain Borden and Elliott, Law Firm to advise the City of Brampton 
regarding the powers of expropriation and other matters relating to CN Rail. 


CARRIED 
Recommendation PB082-2000 was dealt with at this time. 


C105-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi 
Seconded by City Councillor Hutton 


That staff inform Canadian National Railway that the City of Brampton does not support the 
terminal in the Northwest area of Brampton; and 


That a copy of this resolution be sent to the Provincial and Federal Members of Parliament. 
CARRIED 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE, THE CITY CLERK NOTED THE MOTION “CARRIED” 
— 15 YEAS, 0 NAYS AND 2 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 


Robertson Begley 
Fennell Bissell 
Miles 

Palleschi 

Hunter 

Jeffrey 

Callahan 

DiMarco 

Gibson 

Hutton 

Cowie 


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Richards 
Metzak 
Sprovieri 
Hames 
CARRIED 
C106-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 
That subject to applicable protocols respecting the maintenance of confidentiality, area councillors 
will be notified in an appropriate manner when staff become aware of significant development or 
redevelopment proposals affecting their wards. 
CARRIED 
N. TENDERS 
Nl. Contract 2000-131 - SUPPLY OF MATERIALS AND SERVICES FOR PAVEMENT 
MARKING APPLICATION (File F81). 
C107-—2000 Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 
That Contract 2000-131 - SUPPLY OF MATERIALS AND SERVICES FOR PAVEMENT 
MARKING APPLICATION (File F81) be approved; and 
That the Contract be awarded as follows: 
Part A — for Truck Mounted Operations to Woodbine Pavement Markings Limited in the total 
revised amount of $231,950.32; 
Part B — for Hand Machine Operations to Woodbine Pavement Markings Limited in the total of 
$109,664.30 
For the term of March 1, 2000 to December 31, 2000, to the most responsive and responsible bid 
received; and 
That staff be authorized to extend Contract No. 2000-131 for an additional twenty-four (24) 
months in two (2) twelve (12) month terms subject to budget approval, performance and 
successful negotiations for the term of March 1, 2001 to December 31, 2002; and 
That staff be directed to ensure that the amount required for this contract is included in the Works 
and Transportation 2000 Current Budget, subject to approval of the 2000 Current Budget. 
CARRIED 
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oO. BY-LAWS 


C108-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That By-laws 39-2000 to 43-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of March 8, 2000, be 
given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 
and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


39-2000 To adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-132 - Application to amend the Official Plan 
and Zoning By-law - Gagnon Law Bozzo Urban Planners Ltd. — Rucareal Ltd. — John 
Street Condominiums — North Side of John Street, east of Main Street South — 16, 18, 20 
John Street, 23, 25, 27 and 27A Queen Street - Ward 3 (File C1E5.42) (See Item F1 and 
By-law 40-2000). 


40-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 200-82 - Application to amend the Official 
Plan and Zoning By-law - Gagnon Law Bozzo Urban Planners Ltd. — Rucareal Ltd. — 
John Street Condominiums — North Side of John Street, east of Main Street South — 16, 
18, 20 John Street, 23, 25, 27 and 27A Queen Street - Ward 3 (File C1E5.42) (See Item 
F | and By-law 39-2000). 


41-2000 To enact a new Parkland Dedication By-law and Repeal By-law 166-87 (See Item F 2). 


42-2000 To adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-133 - Southeast corner of Bramalea Road and 
Larkspur Road — 18 Karat Developments Inc. — Ward 10 (See Report F 3) 


43-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 56-83, as amended - Housekeeping 
Amendment to Zoning By-law 204-99 — Mattamy (Castlemore) Limited (See Report F 4) 


CARRIED 


CLOSED SESSION 


At 6:00 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C109-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bisselll 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 
> security of the property of the municipality or local board 
CARRIED 


Council moved back into Open Session at 6:25 p.m. 


P. BY-LAWS 


2000 03 08 


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That By-law 44-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of March 8, 2000, be given the 
required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, and 
Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


C110-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Begley 
44-2000 Toconfirm the proceedings of the Regular Council Meeting of March 8, 2000. 
CARRIED 
Q. ADJOURNMENT 
C111-2000 Moved by City Councillor Callahan 


Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, March 27, 2000 at 7:00 p.m., or at 


the call of the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 6:30 P.M. ON MARCH 8, 2000 


2000 03 08 


PETER ROBERTSON, MAYOR 


L. J. MIKULICH, CITY CLERK 


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PRESENT 


ABSENT 


STAFF PRESENT 


MARCH 27,2000 — 6:10 P.M. 


REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


Mayor P. Robertson (left at 8:30 p.m. — Other Municipal Business) 
Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell (Acting Mayor from 8:30 p.m.) 
City Councillor Ward 1 - B. Hunter 

City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 

City Councillor Ward 3 — B. Callahan 

City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 

City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 

City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton 

City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 

City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards 

City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 

City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 

City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames 


Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley (vacation) 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell (vacation) 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 — G. Miles (vacation) 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi (illness) 


Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 

Mr. R. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 

Mr. A. D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 

Mr. J. A. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. J. G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 

Mr. P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services 

Mr. V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services 

Ms. K. Zammit, Deputy City Clerk/Manager of Administration, Legal Services 
Ms. W. Cooke, Legislative Coordinator, Legal Services 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


PAGE 

CLOSED SESSION 3 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 3 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 4 
C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 4 
D. CONSENT MOTION 4 

PROCLAMATIONS 6 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 7 
E. DELEGATIONS 7 
F. REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 9 
G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 11 
H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 15 
I. CORRESPONDENCE 16 
J. RESOLUTIONS 17 
K. NOTICE OF MOTION 18 
Ly, PETITIONS 18 
M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 18 
N. TENDERS 18 
O. BY-LAWS 18 
P. BY-LAW 18 
Q. ADJOURNMENT 19 


CLOSED SESSION 


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At 6:10 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C112-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 
> personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board 


employees 


CARRIED 


Council moved in to Open Session at 7:05 p.m. 


A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C113-2000 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the Agenda for the March 27, 2000 Regular Council Meeting be approved as amended as 


follows: 


Proclamation — TARTAN DAY — April 6, 2000 


F 5. 


J 2. 


Report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Director of Enforcement and Corporation Counsel, 
Legal Services and S. Hill, Manager of Land Use Policy, dated March 24, 2000, re: 
INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW FOR GROUP HOMES, LODGING HOUSES 
AND SUPPORTIVE LODGING HOUSES (File C51/G27/W98) (See By-law 49- 
2000) 


Resolution - REOPEN THE QUESTION — SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATIONS 
DR. DAVID CHUANG - 143 QUEEN STREET EAST, UNIT 20 (SV038-2000 — 

MARCH 8, 2000) and FAMILY MEDICAL & FAMILY DENTAL CENTRE, 66 
QUARRY EDGE DRIVE (SV039-2000 — MARCH 8, 2000) (File G26). 


“That the matter of the sign variance applications re: 

(a) Dr. David Chuang — 143 Queen Street East, Unit 20 (SV038-2000 — March 8, 
2000), and 

(b) Family Medical & Family Dental Centre, 66 Quarry Edge Drive (SV039-2000 — 
March 8, 2000), 

be reopened and 


“That these matters be referred to the Sign Variance Committee on April 4, 2000 to 
renegotiate the applications.” 


50-2000 To prevent the application for part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-1349 


CARRIED 


B. CONFLICT OF INTEREST - nil 


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C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


Cl. 


C114-2000 


REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING - March 8, 2000 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held March 8, 2000 to the Council Meeting of March 27, 
2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 


D. CONSENT MOTION 


C115-2000 


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2000 03 27 


Moved by City Councillor Hunter 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That Council hereby approve 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: 


That the report from R. Bino, Director of Engineering and Development Services, Works and 
Transportation to the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: SUBDIVISION ASSUMPTION — 
SOUTHBRIDGE — 43M-1147 — WARD 4 (File T2W14.04) be received; and 


That the aforementioned development be forwarded to the Commissioner of Legal Services and 
City Solicitor with a request that it be assumed by the City. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building dated March 15, 2000, 
to the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000 re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW — VINCENT PLANNING - 370 MAIN STREET NORTH — WARD 5 (File 
C1E8.16) be received; and 


That the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute the rezoning agreement; and 
That By-law 45-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 200-82; and 
That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 


determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


That the report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services dated March 
17, 2000 to the Council Meeting dated March 27, 2000, re: CITY INITIATED ASSESSMENT 
APPEALS TO THE ASSESSMENT REVIEW BOARD (File F95); and 


That By-law 46-2000 be enacted to authorize certain complaints to the Assessment Review 
Board. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated March 22, 2000 
to the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: STATUS REPORT — APPLICATION TO 


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REMOVE A HOLDING (H) SYMBOL BY QAZI MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING AND 
COMPUTER MODELLING LIMITED TO PERMIT A PLACE OF WORSHIP (A 
MOSQUE) — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW BY JAMIAT-UL- 
ANSAR OF BRAMPTON (File C10E11.14) be received; and 


That staff continue processing the application to permit a minimum 14 townhouse dwelling units 
on the subject lands in accordance with the timelines set out in the subject report; and 


That subject to the approval of the current application, the applicant be requested to withdraw the 
application to remove the Holding (H) Symbol to permit a place of worship. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Mohammed Ali, Secretary, Jamait-Ul-Ansar of Brampton, 
dated March 13, 2000 to the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000 re: LETTER OF 
AGREEMENT FOR PROPOSED LAND EXCHANGE (SUNFOREST DRIVE AND 
SAILWIND DRIVE) (File C10E11.14) be received. 


That the correspondence from Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated 
February 29, 2000 to the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — 
APPROVAL OF 2000 BUSINESS PLAN — 2000 CURRENT AND CAPITAL BUDGET 
FORECAST (2001-2009) (File G70/G71) be received. 


That the correspondence and Video from W. Michael Fenn, Deputy Minister, Minister of 
Municipal Affairs and Housing dated February 15, 2000 to the Council Meeting of March 27, 
2000, re: “SOLUTIONS THAT WORK” — CASE STUDIES ON MUNICIPAL 
STRUCTURING (File G65/G27) be referred to the Governance Restructuring Committee. 


Whereas the Royal Canadian Golf Association has requested additional time to complete their 
terms of reference for a feasibility study related to the golf course activity in the Claireville 
Conservation Area, north of Regional Road 107; 


Whereas, the City of Brampton believes that that the Royal Canadian Association should have 
additional time to prepare a Terms of Reference for the completion of a comprehensive feasibility 
study as originally planned for the March 31, 2000 Toronto Regional Conservation Authority 
Board Meeting; 


Therefore Be It Resolved that the City of Brampton request that the Toronto and Region 
Conservation Authority Board to grant the request for deferral regarding the Royal Canadian Golf 
Association proposal in the Claireville Conservation Area until the Toronto and Region 
Conservation Authority and the Royal Canadian Golf Association staff have prepared and 
reviewed a terms of reference related to the feasibility and impact study. 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services Karl Walsh, Director of 
Recreation Planning, Development and Parks Operations, Community Services dated February 
28, 2000 to the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL 2000-001 
- AMMONIA REFRIGERATION SERVICES (File F81) be received; and 


That Request for Proposal 2000-001 be awarded to Barron Refrigeration Limited, for a three year 
period being the most responsible and responsive proposal received; and 


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That staff be authorized to extend Request for Proposal 2000-001 beyond the initial three (3) year 
period, subject to an extension upon mutual agreement of both parties, performance levels and 
budget approvals. 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services Karl Walsh, Director of 
Recreation Planning, Development and Parks Operations, Community Services dated March 20, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: CONTRACT 2000-005 - TO PERFORM 
GRASSCUTTING — VARIOUS LOCATIONS (File F81) be received; and 


That the Contract 2000-005 be awarded as outlined on page 4 of the subject report for the term of 
April 1, 2000 to October 1, 2000 to the most responsible and responsive bids received; and 


That staff be authorized to extend Contract 2000-005 subject to budget approval, performance and 
successful negotiations for each and every year thereafter for the term of April 1, 2001 to October 
1, 2004; and 


That staff be directed to acquire these services through the informal quotation process for all areas 
as outlined on page 5 under part 2 of the subject report; and 


That the Community Services Department be authorized to include the cost of the 2000 portion of 
this contract in their 2000 Current Budget. 
CARRIED 


PROCLAMATIONS 


1. 


Proclamation— YMCA HEALTHY KIDS DAY - April 8, 2000 
Mayor Robertson read the proclamation. 


Proclamation — PHYSIOTHERAPY WEEK —April 9 - 15, 2000 
Mayor Robertson read the proclamation 


Proclamation — TARTAN DAY - April 6, 2000 


Mayor Robertson read the proclamation. 


ANNOUNCEMENTS 


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2000 03 27 


DEATH OF JASON JOSEPH ABRAHAM 


City Councillor Metzak offered condolences to the family of Jason Joseph Abraham, former 
Captain of the Bramalea Blues Hockey Team and son of Joseph Abraham, Owner and President 
of the Bramalea Blues Hockey Team who passed away after a courageous battle with cancer 
today. He advised that visitation would be at Andrew’s Community Funeral Centre, 8190 Dixie 
Road, Brampton on Tuesday, March 28, 2000 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and on Wednesday, 
March 29, 2000 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., and the funeral is to be 
held on Thursday, March 30, 2000 at Grace United Church commencing at 11:00 a.m. 


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BRAMPTON BATTALION HOCKEY TEAM MAKES ONTARIO HOCKEY LEAGUE 
PLAYOFFS 


City Councillor Cowie announced that the Brampton Battalion Hockey Team has made the 
Ontario Hockey League Playoffs which is an outstanding achievement for a team that has only 
been in existence for two years. He advised that they would be playing two first round playoff 
games against the Erie Otters at the Brampton Centre for Sports and Entertainment on Tuesday, 
March 28, 2000 at 7:00 p.m. and on Wednesday, March 29, 2000 at 7:00 p.m. 


E. DELEGATIONS 


El. 


C116-2000 


E 2. 


C117-2000 


E3. 


2000 03 27 


Ms. Marion Bartlett, Local Artist and Mr. John Huether, Peel Children’s Aid Society, re: FIRST 
ANNUAL STUDIOS OF DISTINCTION TOUR — SUNDAY, MAY 7, 2000 - FUNDRAISER 
FOR PEEL CHILDREN’S AID SOCIETY SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM (File C50). 


Ms. Marion Bartlett, Local Artist and Mr. John Huether, Peel Children’s Aid Society announced 
the First Annual Studios of Distinction Tour on Sunday, May 7, 2000 to support the Peel 
Children’s Aid Society’s Sunny Summers Camp Program. They advised that the community will 
have an opportunity to tour the studios of local artists/artisans, enjoy a juried art exhibition at the 
Art Gallery of Peel as well as a box lunch from Crawford’s Farm Market with the purchase of a 
$20 passport that can be obtained by contacting Ms. Joan Forde-Lambert at 796-2121, ext. 231. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the delegation of Ms. Marion Bartlett, Local Artist and Mr. John Huether, Peel Children’s 
Aid Society to the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: FIRST ANNUAL STUDIOS OF 
DISTINCTION TOUR — SUNDAY, MAY 7, 2000 - FUNDRAISER FOR PEEL 
CHILDREN’S AID SOCIETY SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM (File C50) be received. 


CARRIED 


Mr. Glen Tarlin, Mr. Igor Kubelik, Mr. Doug Keaney and Ms. Jill Keaney, Brampton Symphony 
Orchestra, re: THIRD ANNUAL VIENNESE BALL — APRIL 1, 2000 (File C00). 


Mr. Glen Tarlin, Mr. Igor Kubelik, Mr. Doug Keaney and Ms. Jill Keaney, Brampton Symphony 
Orchestra announced the Brampton Symphony Orchestra’s Third Annual Viennese Ball is to be 

held on April 1, 2000 at Lionshead Golf and Country Club. They advised that ticket prices were 
$125.00 per person or $800 for a table of eight and also provided details of the evening’s events. 


Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by City Councillor Bissell 


That the delegation of Mr. Glen Tarlin, Mr. Igor Kubelik, Mr. Doug Keaney and Ms. Jill Keaney, 
Brampton Symphony Orchestra to the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: THIRD 
ANNUAL VIENNESE BALL — APRIL 1, 2000 (File C00) be received. 

CARRIED 


Ms. Ann Cruise on behalf Ms. Irene Baker, President, Ste. Louise Outreach Centre of Peel, re: 
REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE IN LOCATING NEW FACILITIES (File C00/G70). 


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C118-2000 


E4. 


C119-2000 


2000 03 27 


Ms. Ann Cruise on behalf of Ms. Irene Baker, President, Ste. Louise Outreach Centre of Peel 
requested the City of Brampton to assist her in re-locating the Ste. Louise Outreach Centre of Peel 
that is currently operating out of 12 Fisherman Drive, due to the fact that she is having financial 
difficulties operating from this location and is facing eviction in the middle of April. 


Mayor Robertson advised that he spoke to Mr. Paul Vezina, Commissioner of Social Services, 
Region of Peel, to see if he could offer any assistance to her. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the delegation of Ms. Irene Baker, President, Ste. Louise Outreach Centre of Peel to the 
Council Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE IN LOCATING 
NEW FACILITIES (File C00) be received; and 


That this request be referred to the Region of Peel Social Services Department for a report and 
assessment of these services to the citizens of Brampton; and 


That a report be prepared by staff advising whether there are any facilities available to 
accommodate the Ste. Louise Outreach Centre of Peel. 


CARRIED 


Mr. David Douglas on behalf of Mr. Vern Woolridge, re: PRESENTATION TO MS. 
REBECCA FOSTER (Employee at “The Gym-Serious Fitness”), SERGEANT JIM 
MAURO (Thunder Bay Police) AND MR. DAVE DONNOLLY, (City of Toronto Fire 
Fighter) — LIFE SAVING EVENT AT “THE GYM - SERIOUS FITNESS” - JANUARY 17, 
2000 (File A00). 


Mr. David Douglas on behalf of Mr. Vern Woolridge expressed his sincere thanks to Ms. Rebecca 
Foster, Employee at “The Gym —Serious Fitness”, Sergeant Jim Mauro, Thunder Bay Police and 
Mr. Dave Donnolly, City of Toronto Fire Fighter for their acts of heroism in saving Mr. 
Woolridge’s life when he collapsed while exercising at “The Gym-Serious Fitness” on January 
17, 2000. 


Mayor Robertson presented Ms. Foster, Sergeant Mauro and Fire Fighter Donnelly with 
certificates of appreciation for their efforts on behalf of the City of Brampton, and advised that 
their names have been forwarded for consideration in the Annual Citizen’s Awards Program 


Direction was given 
> That letters of recognition be sent to the City of Toronto and the City of Thunder Bay 
acknowledging the efforts of Sergeant Mauro and Fire Fighter Donnelly. 


Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the delegations of Mr. David Douglas on behalf of Mr. Vern Woolridge to the Council 
Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: PRESENTATION TO MS. REBECCA FOSTER (Employee 
at “The Gym-Serious Fitness”), SERGEANT JIM MAURO (Thunder Bay Police) AND MR. 
DAVE DONNOLLY, (City of Toronto Fire Fighter) - LIFE SAVING EVENT AT “THE 
GYM - SERIOUS FITNESS” - JANUARY 17, 2000 (File A00) be received; and 


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ES. 


C120-2000 


That they be commended for their life saving efforts. 
CARRIED 


Mr. Daniel Mustard, President, Mayor’s Youth Link, re: CHEQUE PRESENTATION - OUR 
PLACE PEEL - PROCEEDS OF MYLINK VALENTINE’S CHARITY BALL (File 
A00/C00). 


Mr. Daniel Mustard, Past President Mayor’s Youth Link (Mylink) together with other members 
from Mylink presented a cheque for $800 raised at their Valentine’s Day Charity Ball to Ms. Sally 
Picone, President and Mr. Doug Turner from the Board of Directors of Our Place Peel. 


Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the delegation of Mr. Daniel Mustard, President, Mayor’s Youth Link to the Council 
Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: CHEQUE PRESENTATION - OUR PLACE PEEL - 
PROCEEDS OF MYLINK VALENTINE’S CHARITY BALL (File A00/C00) be received. 


CARRIED 


F. REPORTS FROM OFFICIALS 


= Fl. 


F 4. 


2000 03 27 


Report from R. Bino, Director of Engineering and Development Services, Works and 
Transportation, re: SUBDIVISION ASSUMPTION — SOUTHBRIDGE — 43M-1147 - WARD 
4 (File T2W14.04) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C115-2000 

Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building dated March 15, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW — VINCENT PLANNING - 370 
MAIN STREET SOUTH — WARD 5 (File C1E8.16) (See By-law 45-2000). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C115-2000 

Report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services dated March 17, 
2000, re: CITY INITIATED ASSESSMENT APPEALS TO THE ASSESSMENT REVIEW 
BOARD (File F95) (See By-law 46-2000). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C115-2000 

Report from K. Bartley, Manager of Labour and Employee Relations, Corporate Services, dated 


March 27, 2000, re: ARBITRATION AWARD - BRAMPTON PROFESSIONAL FIRE 
FIGHTERS ASSOCIATION, LOCAL 1068 (File H42). 


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C121-2000 


K. Bartley, Manager of Labour and Employee Relations, Corporate Services gave a presentation 

on the of the Arbitration Award for the Brampton Professional Fire Fighters Association, Local 

1068 and highlighted the following: 

> background of the award 

> Award Summary including wages, rate adjustments, benefits, joint committees (modified 
work, fitness/wellness, uniforms, automatic aid and lateral transfers). 


B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community advised that there is an existing standard for fitness 
within the Fire and Emergency Services Division and that the joint committee will encourage 
lifestyle changes and improve the way the fitness programs and testing are being administered. 
He also advised the City of Brampton is the only municipality in Ontario that requires their Fire 
Fighters to pass fitness testing to do their job. 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Hames 


That the report and presentation from K. Bartley, Manager of Labour and Employee Relations, 
Corporate Services, dated March 27, 2000 to the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: 
ARBITRATION AWARD - BRAMPTON PROFESSIONAL FIRE FIGHTERS 
ASSOCIATIONS, LOCAL 1068 (File H42) be received. 

CARRIED 


Mayor Robertson left at 8:30 p.m. on Other Municipal Business, Regional Councillor Bissell assumed the Chair as 


Acting Mayor. 


F 5. 


C122-2000 


C123-2000 


2000 03 27 


Report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Director of Enforcement and Corporation Counsel, Legal 
Services and S. Hill, Manager of Land Use Policy, dated March 24, 2000, re: INTERIM 
CONTROL BY-LAW FOR GROUP HOMES, LODGING HOUSES AND SUPPORTIVE 
LODGING HOUSES (File C51/G27/W95) 


Discussion took place with regards to the concerns surrounding a proposed Supportive Lodging 
Home at 16 Julian Drive, Brampton. 


There was also discussion regarding the impact of passing and Interim Control By-law 
The following motion was then introduced. 


Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 


That the report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Director of Enforcement and Corporation Counsel, 
Legal Services and S. Hill, Manager of Land Use Policy, dated March 24, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW FOR GROUP HOMES, 
LODGING HOUSES AND SUPPORTIVE LODGING HOUSES (File C51/G27/W95) be 
referred to the Group Homes and Lodging Houses Task Force Meeting of March 29, 2000 to 
prepare a report for the April 10, 2000 Council Meeting 

CARRIED 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor Callahan 


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That staff be directed to not approve the applications for Supportive Lodging Homes at 16 Julian 
Drive and 3 Crescent Hill until there has been an opportunity for the Group Homes and Lodging 
Houses Task Force to review the applications to determine whether or not the proposal meets the 
definition of Supportive Lodging Home. 

CARRIED 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


Gl. 


C124-2000 


SC027-2000 


SC028-2000 


SC029-2000 


SC030-2000 


SC031-2000 


SC032-2000 


SC033-2000 


2000 03 27 


Minutes - BRAMPTON SAFETY COUNCIL — March 2, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Safety Council Meeting held March 2, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of March 27, 2000, Recommendations SC027-2000 to SC040-2000 be approved as 
printed and circulated. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Brampton Safety Council Meeting dated March 2, 2000 be approved as 
printed and circulated. 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of February 3, 2000, to the Brampton 
Safety Council Meeting of March 2, 2000, be approved as amended in SC021-2000, to revise the 
second point to read: “That “No Stopping” signs be posted on Brickyard Way north and south of 
the school driveways to prevent vehicles from stopping within 10 metres of either side of the 
driveways”. 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of February 14, 2000, to the Brampton 
Safety Council Meeting of March 2, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


That the verbal report of the meeting re: PARKING ISSUES — ST. ANNE’S SCHOOL — 
WARD 1 - Thursday, February 3, 2000 (File G26), to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of 
March 2, 2000, be received. 


That the correspondence from D.B. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works 
and Transportation Department, to B. Hay, Manager, Parks Maintenance and Operations, 
Community Services Department, dated January 28, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council 
Meeting of March 2, 2000, ree WALKWAY ACCESS TO MEMORIAL ARENA FROM 
ELLIOTT STREET — WARD 4 (File G26) be received. 


That the correspondence from L.J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services Department, to Mr. H. 
Brathwaite, Director of Education, Peel District School Board, and Mr. K. Adamson, Chair, 
Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board, dated February 3, 2000, to the Brampton Safety 
Council Meeting of March 2, 2000, re: CROSSING GUARD WORK REFUSAL 
PROCEDURES FOR UNSAFE CONDITIONS (File G26/T35) be received. 


That the correspondence from Ms. E. Wilkie, Vice-Principal, Hanover Public School, dated 
February 8, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of March 2, 2000, re: TRAFFIC 


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SC034-2000 


SC035-2000 


SC036-2000 


SC037-2000 


SC038-2000 


2000 03 27 


AND PARKING DIFFICULTIES AT HANOVER PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 7 (File G26) 
be received; and, 


That the verbal report of the SITE INSPECTION — HANOVER PUBLIC SCHOOL —- WARD 
7-— WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of March 2, 
2000, be received; and, 


That the “No Stopping” signage be changed to “No Parking” signage on the east side of Hanover 
Road, 30’ south of the intersection opposite Hawkins Court, up to where the current Brampton 
Transit bus stop is located across from Hanover Public School; and, 


That the “No Stopping, Buses Excepted” signage remain in front of the school 30’ up to the 
driveway; and, 


That the City of Brampton Parks Department be requested to consider increasing the availability 
of parking in the area of Hanover Public School; and, 


That the Peel District School Board be requested to consider modifications to the parking lot and 
driveway at Hanover Public School to alleviate the parking problems on Hanover Road and aid in 
the prevention of potentially dangerous situations in the community. 


That the correspondence from Mr. J. Litster, Principal, Our Lady of Providence School, dated 
February 15, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of March 2, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION SC013-2000 — SITE INSPECTION — BLACK OAK DRIVE - OUR 
LADY OF PROVIDENCE — WARD 10 —- MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1999 (File G26) be 
received. 


That the correspondence from Constable H. Andrews, Peel Regional Police, dated February 17, 
2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of March 2, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR 
FUNDING - PATROLLER JAMBOREE —- OTTAWA - MAY 25-27, 2000 (File G26) be 
received; and, 


That the Brampton Safety Council provide funding for the Patroller Jamboree in the total amount 
of $400.00. 


That the correspondence from Ms. M.J. Madonia, Vice-Principal, Gordon Graydon Senior Public 
School, dated February 21, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of March 2, 2000, re: 
STUDENT SAFETY/TRAFFIC CONCERNS — GORDON GRAYDON SENIOR PUBLIC 
SCHOOL — WARD 1 (File G26) be received; and, 


That a site inspection be scheduled. 


That Parking Control be requested to initiate an enforcement blitz in the area of HAROLD F. 
LOUGHIN SCHOOL — WARD 1 (File G26) and report back to the Brampton Safety Council at 
the earliest possible date. 


That the verbal report of the SITE INSPECTION RE: POSSIBLE LOCATION OF 
CROSSING GUARD AT CONSERVATION DRIVE AND CARNFORTH DRIVE — WARD 
2 ON MONDAY FEBRUARY 14, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of March 2, 
2000, be received; and, 


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SC039-2000 


SC040-2000 


G2. 


C125-2000 


HBO016-2000 


HBO017-2000 


HBO018-2000 


HBO019-2000 


2000 03 27 


That a crossing guard be located at the intersection of Conservation Drive and Carnforth Drive, on 
the north side of Conservation, west side of Carnforth, effective September 2000. 


That the verbal report of the SITE INSPECTION AT ST. MARIA GORETTI — WARD 6 ON 
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of March 2, 2000, 
be received; and, 


That a follow up site inspection be scheduled for September 2000 once the subdivision has been 
fully developed; and, 


That Brampton Transit be requested to consider relocating their bus stop from its location in front 
of the school between the two driveways, to a location south of the second driveway for the safety 
of the children as the current location is blocking the crossing guard. 


That the Brampton Safety Council do now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, April 6, 2000, at 
9:30 a.m., or at the Call of the Chair. 


Minutes - BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD - March 1, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Hutton 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting held March 1, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of March 27, 2000, Recommendations HB016-2000 to HB31-2000 be approved as 
printed and circulated. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting dated March 1, 2000 be approved, as 
amended, to add: 


Tel Discussion re: ESTABLISHMENT OF A SUB-COMMITTEE TO REVIEW 
DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS (File G33); and, 


7.8 Extract from “Perspectives”, the Journal of the Ontario Association of Architects, dated 
Winter 1999, re: MAYOR ROBERTSON’S CONTRIBUTION TO ARTICLE ON 
FAVOURITE ONTARIO BUILDINGS (File G33). 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of January 26, 2000 be approved, as 
amended, to note that M. Avis, Chair, Friends of Bovaird House Committee, was in attendance, 
and to delete the reference in HB005-2000 to payment of an honorarium to the Town Crier, as he 
was unable to participate in the referenced events on Committee’s behalf. 


That the verbal report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 1, 2000, re: CULTURAL 
HERITAGE ANALYSIS OF VALES OF CASTLEMORE SECONDARY PLAN 
EXPANSION AREA (File G33) be received. 


That a sub-committee of the Brampton Heritage Board be established to review and report on 
development applications on an as and when required basis; and, 


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HBO020-2000 


HBO021-2000 


HB022-2000 


HB023-2000 


HB024-2000 


HB025-2000 


HB026-2000 


HB027-2000 


2000 03 27 


That this sub-committee be comprised of Jim White, Nick Noorzad, and Warren Hope; with Dan 
Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building Department, acting as staff 
resource; and, 


That Jim White be appointed Chair of this sub-committee; and, 


That, as its first project, the sub-committee review the full draft report dated May 1999, entitled 
“Cultural Heritage Analysis of the Vales of Castlemore Secondary Plan Expansion Area”, 
prepared for Candevcon Limited by Archaeological Services Inc., visit the site, take photographs, 
and report back to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of April 27, 2000. 


That the verbal report of the sub-committee of the Brampton Heritage Board re: ANNUAL 
MEETING OF THE JOINT LACACS OF PEEL (File G33), to the Brampton Heritage Board 
Meeting of March 1, 2000, be received. 


That the information on the Brampton Heritage Board budget, as outlined in the correspondence 
from K. Zammit, Deputy City Clerk and Manager of Administration, Legal Services Department, 
to Co-Chair M. Sim, dated December 13, 1999, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of 
March 1, 2000, re: BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD ANNUAL BUDGET (File G33), be 
received. 


That the Brampton Heritage Board take out two 2-year subscriptions to the magazine “Century 
Homes”, at a total cost of $79.90. 


That authorization be granted for the purchase of items such as additional photographs, an 
identification sign, name tags for members of the Brampton Heritage Board, display name plate, 
table cover, to enhance the Brampton Heritage Board’s heritage display for promotional reasons. 


That the discussion re: REQUESTS FOR BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD 
PRESENTATIONS/ SPEAKERS (File G33) be deferred to the Brampton Heritage Board 
Meeting of March 23, 2000. 


That the verbal report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, and A. Janzen, Policy Planner II, Planning and Building Department, to the 
Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 1, 2000, re: CHURCHVILLE HERITAGE 
PERMIT HANDBOOK (File G33) be received; and, 


That staff investigate the possibility of having the enhancement of the Churchville Heritage 
Permit Handbook undertaken in-house and report back to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting 
of March 23, 2000. 


That a plaque be requisitioned in replacement of the original in recognition of Michael Seaman’s 
years of service to the Brampton Heritage Board. 


That the extract from “Perspectives”, the Journal of the Ontario Association of Architects, dated 
Winter 1999, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 1, 2000, re: MAYOR 
ROBERTSON’S CONTRIBUTION TO ARTICLE ON FAVOURITE ONTARIO 
BUILDINGS (File G33) be received. 


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HB028-2000 


HB029-2000 


HBO030-2000 


HBO031-2000 


That the correspondence from Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake LACAC, undated, to the Brampton 
Heritage Board Meeting of March 1, 2000, re: LACAC CONFERENCE - “A UNIQUE 
HERITAGE EXPERIENCE” — APRIL 28, 29, 2000 (File G33) be received. 


That authorization be granted for the following expenditures relating to the attendance of 
Brampton Heritage Board Co-Chair Maureen Sim and member Jim White at “A Unique Heritage 
Experience” Conference, co-hosted by the Niagara Regional LACAC and the Town of Niagara- 
on-the-Lake LACAC, to be held in Niagara-on-the-Lake, on April 28 and 29, 2000: 


° $200.00 for Maureen Sim to include the $65.00 registration fee, and subsidize the cost of 
her attendance at the full conference; and, 


° $100.00 for Jim White to include the $65.00 registration fee, and subsidize his expenses. 
That the correspondence from Mr. Peter Devine, Peter Devine Masonry, dated February 26, 2000, 
to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 1, 2000, re: PETER DEVINE MASONRY -— 
HISTORIC MASONRY SERVICE (File G33) be received. 


That the Brampton Heritage Board do now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, March 23, 2000, 
at 7:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


H UNFINISHED BUSINESS 


H la). 


H Ib). 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated March 22, 2000, re: 
STATUS REPORT — APPLICATION TO REMOVE A HOLDING (H) SYMBOL BY 
QAZI 

MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER MODELLING LIMITED TO PERMIT 
A PLACE OF WORSHIP (A MOSQUE) — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW BY JAMIAT-UL-ANSAR OF BRAMPTON (File C10E11.14). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C115-2000 


Correspondence from Mr. Mohammed Ali, Secretary, Jamait-Ul-Ansar of Brampton, dated March 
13, 2000, re: LETTER OF AGREEMENT FOR PROPOSED LAND EXCHANGE 
(SUNFOREST DRIVE AND SAILWIND DRIVE) (File C10E11.14). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C115-2000 


I. CORRESPONDENCE 


11. 


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Correspondence from Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated February 29, 
2000, re: RESOLUTION — AMENDMENT TO REGION OF PEEL 2000 CAPITAL 
BUDGET — ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY REPORT AND DESIGN WORKS — VARIOUS 
REGIONAL ROADS AND CONSTRUCTION OF MISSISSAUGA ROAD (File T16). 


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C126-2000 
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13. 
C127-2000 
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I5. 
2000 03 27 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the correspondence from Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated 
February 29, 2000 to the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — 
AMENDMENT TO REGION OF PEEL 2000 CAPITAL BUDGET — ENVIRONMENTAL 
STUDY REPORT AND DESIGN WORKS — VARIOUS REGIONAL ROADS AND 
CONSTRUCTION OF MISSISSAUGA ROAD (File T16) be received; and 


That the Works and Transportation staff encourage the Region of Peel Works Department to 
apply City of Brampton standards on the Gore Road reconstruction of wider pavement to reduce 
maintenance and increased safety. 

CARRIED 


Correspondence from Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated February 29, 
2000, re: RESOLUTION — APPROVAL OF 2000 BUSINESS PLAN — 2000 CURRENT 
AND CAPITAL BUDGET FORECAST (2001-2009) (File G70/G71). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C115-2000 


Correspondence from Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated February 29, 
2000, re: RESOLUTION — REGION OF PEEL OPPOSITION TO 2000 DRAFT GREATER 
TORONTO SERVICES BOARD RECOMMENDED BUDGET(File G75/G70). 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the correspondence from Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated 
February 29, 2000 to the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — REGION 
OF PEEL OPPOSITION TO 2000 DRAFT GREATER TORONTO SERVICES BOARD 
RECOMMENDED BUDGET(File G75/G70) be received; and 


That staff be directed to obtained a detailed report with respect to the Greater Toronto Services 
Board 2000 Budget. 
CARRIED 


Correspondence and Video from W. Michael Fenn, Deputy Minister, Minister of Municipal 
Affairs and Housing dated February 15, 2000, re: “SOLUTIONS THAT WORK” — CASE 
STUDIES ON MUNICIPAL STRUCTURING (File G75/G70) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C115-2000 

Correspondence from B. Zeran, Regional Clerk, Region of Peel dated March 17, 2000, re: 
RESOLUTION — COMMENTS ON LOCAL GOVERNANCE REPORT “BUILDING 
TOMORROW’S GOVERNMENT TOGETHER” (File G70/G71). 


City Councillor Cowie advised that a report is anticipated to be presented to the Administration 
and Finance Committee to address the 90-day response deadline for a City of Brampton opinion 


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with respect to the Region of Peel’s Governance Report “Building Tomorrow’s Government 
Together” as set out in the subject correspondence. 


C128-2000 Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the correspondence from B. Zeran, Regional Clerk, Region of Peel dated March 17, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — COMMENTS ON LOCAL 
GOVERNANCE REPORT “BUILDING TOMORROW’S GOVERNMENT TOGETHER” 
(File G70/G71) be referred to the Governance Restructuring Committee. 


CARRIED 


J. RESOLUTIONS 
« Ji. Resolution - ROYAL CANADIAN GOLF ASSOCIATION PROPOSAL (File N42/F87) 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C115-2000 
J2. Resolution - REOPEN THE QUESTION — SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATIONS DR. 
DAVID CHUANG - 143 QUEEN STREET EAST, UNIT 20 (SV038-2000 — MARCH 8, 
2000) and FAMILY MEDICAL & FAMILY DENTAL CENTRE, 66 QUARRY EDGE 
DRIVE (SV039-2000 — MARCH 8, 2000) (File G26). 


C129-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the matter of the sign variance applications re: 
(a) Dr. David Chuang — 143 Queen Street East, Unit 20 (SV038-2000 — March 8, 2000), and 
(b) Family Medical & Family Dental Centre, 66 Quarry Edge Drive (SV039-2000 — March 8, 
2000), 
be reopened and 
That these matters be referred to the Sign Variance Committee on April 4, 2000 to renegotiate the 
applications. 
CARRIED 


Note: This resolution required a 2/3 majority vote. 


K. NOTICE OF MOTION 


L. PETITIONS 


M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 


N. TENDERS 


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i Nl. Report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services Karl Walsh, Director of 
Recreation Planning, Development and Parks Operations, Community Services dated February 
28, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL 2000-001 - AMMONIA REFRIGERATION 
SERVICES 
(File F81). 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C115-2000 

* N2. Report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services Karl Walsh, Director of 
Recreation Planning, Development and Parks Operations, Community Services dated March 20, 
2000, re: CONTRACT 2000-005 -GRASSCUTTING (File F81). 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C115-2000 

O. BY-LAWS 

C130-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor 
That By-laws 45-2000 to 50-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of March 27, 2000, be 
given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 
and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 
45-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 200-82, as amended — Vincent 

Planning — 370 Main Street North — Ward 5 (File C1E8.16) (See Item F 2). 
46-2000 To authorize certain complaints to the Assessment Review Board (See Item F3). 
47-2000 To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended — Prohibited Turns and No Parking 
48-2000 To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended — Stop Signs and Through Highways 
49-2000 To prevent the application for part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-1349 
50-2000 To confirm the proceedings of the Regular Council Meeting held March 27, 2000 
CARRIED 
P. ADJOURNMENT 
C131-2000 Moved by City Councillor Callahan 


Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, April 10, 2000 at 1:00 p.m., or at the 
call of the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:45 P.M. ON MARCH 27, 2000 


2000 03 27 


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REGIONAL COUNCILLOR L. BISSELL, 
ACTING MAYOR 


K. ZAMMIT, DEPUTY CITY CLERK 


2000 03 27 Page 19 of 19 


APRIL 10, 2000 — 11:00 A.M. 


REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


PRESENT Mayor P. Robertson 
Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley 
Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 —G. Miles 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi 
City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 
City Councillor Ward 3 — B. Callahan 
City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 
City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 
City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton 
City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 
City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards 
City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 
City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 
City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames 


ABSENT City Councillor Ward 1 - B. Hunter (vacation) 


STAFF PRESENT Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 

Mr. R. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 

Ms. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 

Mr. A. D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 
Mr. J. A. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. J. G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 
Mr. P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services 
Mr. V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services 

Mr. L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services 

Ms. W. Cooke, Legislative Coordinator, Legal Services 


MINUTES 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


PAGE 


CLOSED SESSION 
APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
CONSENT MOTION 
PROCLAMATIONS 
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CLOSED SESSION 
At 11:00 a.m. the following motion was passed 


C132-2000 Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 
> security of the property of the municipality or local board. 
CARRIED 


Council recessed from 12:35 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. and moved in to Open Session at 1:05 p.m. 


A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C133-2000 Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the Agenda for the April 10, 2000 Regular Council Meeting be approved as amended as 
follows; and: 


That the delegation of Mr. K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning Development and Park 
Operations, Chairman of the Civic Design Team, re: CIVIC DESIGN TEAM GOALS AND 
OBJECTIVES (File A00) be deferred to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000. 


That the following items be added: 
Announcement - BRAMPTON BATTALIONS SECOND HOCKEY SEASON 
Proclamation —- NURSES WEEK - May 8-14, 2000 


I11. Correspondence from Mr. Jim Triantafilou, Executive Director, Brampton Caledon 
Living, dated April 5, 2000, re: INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW - GROUP HOMES, 
LODGING HOUSES AND SUPPORTIVE LODGING HOUSES (File 
C51/G27/W95) (See Items E3, 112, 113 and By-law 51-2000). 


112. Correspondence from Mr. John Huether, Executive Director, Peel Children’s Aid 
Society, dated April 10, 2000, re: IMPACT OF THE PROPOSED INTERIM 
CONTROL BY-LAW RELATED TO GROUP HOMES UPON THE 
CHILDREN’S AID SOCIETY (File C51/G27/W95) (See Items E3, I11, 113 and By- 
law 51-2000) 


113. Correspondence from Mr. Paul Burston, Administrator of District Services, Christian 
Horizons, Central District, undated, re: APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE 
INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW RELATED TO GROUP HOMES, LODGING 
HOUSES AND SUPPORTIVE LODGING HOUSES (File C51/G27/W95) (See 
Items E3, I11, 12 and By-law 51-2000) 


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J2. Resolution— BRAMPTON HYDRO CORPORATION (File C35). 
CARRIED 
B. CONFLICT OF INTEREST 


1. Mayor P. Robertson declared a conflict of interest with respect to Items E 2, Recommendation 
CS037-2000 and Item I11 regarding the negotiations with the Brampton Academy for the lease of 
space at Central Public School, as his son is one of the proponents. 


C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
Cl. REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING — March 27, 2000 


C134-2000 Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the Minutes of the Regular Council Meeting held March 27, 2000 to the Council Meeting April 10, 
2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 


D. CONSENT MOTION 


C135-2000 Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That Council hereby approve 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: That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works & 
Transportation, dated March 27, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: 
BRAMPTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOUNDATION - 10 KM RUN FOR HEALTH 
DAY ROAD RACE —- SUNDAY, MAY 28, 2000 (File W25) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the Brampton Memorial Hospital 10 km Run for Health Road 
Race occurring Sunday, May 28, 2000, subject to standard permit conditions. 


* F 3. That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works & 
Transportation, dated March 27, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: LORNE 
SCOTS REGIMENT ANNUAL CHURCH PARADE —- SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 2000 (File 
W25) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the Lorne Scots Regiment Annual Church Parade occurring 
Sunday, April 16, 2000 subject to standard permit conditions. 


* F4. That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works & 
Transportation, dated March 27, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: RELIGIOUS 


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PROCESSIONS — OUR LADY OF FATIMA PARISH — FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 2000, 
SUNDAY JUNE 11, 2000 AND SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 2000 (File W25) be received; and 


That permission be granted for three (3) religious processions occurring Friday, April 21, 2000, 
Sunday, June 11, 2000 and Sunday, June 25, 2000 subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from M. Parks, Traffic Operations Supervisor, Works and Transportation, dated 
March 31, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: AMENDMENT TO TRAFFIC 
BY-LAW 93-93 AS AMENDED - HOUSEKEEPING UPDATE (File G02) be received; and 


That By-law 52-2000 be passed to amend Traffic By-law 93-93 as amended. 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 3, 2000, re: 
TRANSMITTAL OF ZONING BY-LAW — JACK HERNICK ET AL. — EAST SIDE OF 
MISSISSAUGA ROAD — NORTH OF HIGHWAY NUMBER 7 — WARD 6 (File C4W 13.4). 


That the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute related agreement(s); and 
That By-law 53-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88; and 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


That the report from Report from A. Pritchard, Real Estate Coordinator, Legal Services dated 
April 3, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR 
THE HOMELESS - 52 RUTHERFORD ROAD SOUTH — LEASE WITH THE REGION 
OF PEEL (File B40) be received; and 


That By-law 54-2000 be passed to authorize the extension of the term of the lease with the 
Regional Municipality of Peel for the emergency shelter at 52 Rutherford Road South until 
December 31, 2000; and 


That the Legal Services Staff attend the Committee of Adjustment Hearing in support of the 
application to extend the variance at 52 Rutherford Road South. 


That the report from P. Snape, Development Planner, Planning and Building, dated March 28, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF 
SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW — EMC 
GROUP LIMITED (SAPPHIRE HOMES INC.) — WEST SIDE OF MCLAUGHLIN 
ROAD, NORTH SIDE OF HIGHWAY 7 — WARD 6 (File C2W11.4/21T-99001B) be 
received; and 


That the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute related agreement(s); and 
That By-law 56-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88; and 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


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That the correspondence from the Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Municipal Affairs and 
Housing, Province of Ontario, dated March 22, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: 
CAPITAL BUDGETING HANDBOOK AND SOFTWARE (File F25) be received. 


That the correspondence from the Honourable Paul Martin, Minister of Finance, Government of 
Canada, dated March 14, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: RESPONSE TO 
RESOLUTION — REQUEST FOR FEDERAL/PROVINCIAL COMMITMENT TO 
FUNDING URBAN TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE (File T00 ) be received. 


That the correspondence from the Association of Municipalities in Ontario, dated March 28, 2000, 
to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000 re: PROPOSED RESOLUTION — EXTENDING 
GAS SERVICES IN ADVANCE OF A NEW MODEL FRANCHISE AGREEMENT (File 
A00) be received. 


That the correspondence from Ms Lynn Morrow, Greater Toronto Services Board, dated March 
27, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — ADOPTION OF 
GTSB DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCESS (File G75) be received. 


That the correspondence from Ms Vicki Barron, General Manager, Credit Valley Conservation, 
dated March 15, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: YEAR 2000 INITIATIVES 
OF THE CREDIT VALLEY CONSERVATION AUTHORITY (File N42) be received. 


That the correspondence from Ms Janet Manson, Assistant Deputy Minister, Ministry of 
Municipal Affairs and Housing, Province of Ontario, dated March 27, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: CHANGES TO THE “TENANT PROTECTION ACT” 
REGULATIONS - RENT REDUCTIONS, RENT INCREASES, MUNICIPAL PROPERTY 
TAXES (File G65) be received. 


That the correspondence from the Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Municipal Affairs and 
Housing, Province of Ontario, dated March 28, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: 
RESPONSE TO RESOLUTION — MUNICIPAL REFORM OF 905 MUNICIPALITIES 
AND THE GREATER TORONTO SERVICES BOARD (File G26) be referred to the 
Governance Restructuring Committee. 


That the correspondence from Ms Ava Macintyre, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated 
March 20, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: RESOLUTION - ADDING 
HIGHWAY 7 (HIGHWAY 410 TO WINSTON CHURCHILL BOULEVARD) TO THE 
REGIONAL ROAD SYSTEM (File G65) be received 


That the correspondence from Ms Ava Macintyre, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated 
March 20, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — WINTER 
MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT - “NO WING ZONE” — FOR SNOW REMOVAL ON 
SIDEWALKS ABUTTING REGIONAL ROADS (File G71/T11) be received. 


That under the direction of the City Manager, the appropriate City of Brampton staff and whoever 
might be deemed as necessary to complete the task, undertake the preparation of a report to the 
Brampton Governance Restructuring Committee that will inform the said committee of the 
immediate and projected administrative, service and financial implications of the Corporation of 
the City of Brampton evolving into an autonomous municipality as a single tier government; and 


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That the City Manager report back to the Governance Restructuring Committee by way of the 
next Administration and Finance Committee Meeting on May 10, 2000 with respect to the 
timetable involved to complete the report. 

CARRIED 


PROCLAMATIONS 


1. 


C136-2000 


Proclamation - RED SHIELD BLITZ NIGHT - May 1, 2000 


Mr. Roger Peddle, Chairman of the Brampton Red Shield Committee, together with Ms. Faye 
Eagle, Mr. Calvin McPherson, Mr. Morris Sampson, Ms. Valerie Orr and Mr. Mel deSousa, 
members of the Red Shield Committee were in attendance to receive the proclamation. 


Proclamation —- BRAMPTON COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP WEEK - 
April 22 — 29, 2000 


Mr. Bruce Hay, Manager of Parks Operations, Community Services together with Mr. Steve 
Wilson, Supervisor of Special Services, Community Services, Kim Whiteford, Communications 
Specialist, Corporate Services, Mr. Jamie Tufts, District Parks Foreman, Community Services, 
Ms. Maria Moroca, Region of Peel, Ms. Natalie Lang, Region of Peel and Ms. Margaret Jones, 
City Councillor Cowie and Regional Councillor Bissell all members of the Brampton Clean City 
Committee were present to receive the proclamation. Mr. Hay thanked the community and 
corporate groups that contribute to the Brampton Community Clean-up Week and advised that the 
Thank-you barbecue for the Clean-up week participants will be held in Gage Park on April 29, 
2000 from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the report from B. Hay, Manager of Parks Operations, Community Services, dated March 31, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: BRAMPTON COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP 
WEEK (File G21) be received. 

CARRIED 


Proclamation — NATIONAL MEDICAL LABORATORY WEEK - April 10-15, 2000 

Ms. Noreen Maltby, Laboratory Manager, Brampton Memorial Campus, William Osler Health 
Centre was present to receive the proclamation. She advised that there would be Laboratory Open 
Houses at the Brampton Memorial Campus, William Osler Health Centre on Monday, April 10, 
2000 and Friday, April 14, 2000. 

Proclamation — NURSES WEEK - May 8 — 14, 2000 


Ms. Sandra Crowe, Registered Nurse from the Labour and Delivery Unit, Brampton Memorial 
Campus, William Osler Health Centre was present to receive the proclamation. 


ANNOUNCEMENTS 


2000 04 10 


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C137-2000 


BRAMPTON BATTALIONS - SECOND HOCKEY SEASON 


Mr. Scott Abbott, Owner of the Brampton Battalion, Mr. Mike Griffith, President of the 
Brampton Battalion and Mr. Stan Butler, Head Coach of the Brampton Battalion thanked the City 
of Brampton for all of their support for the past hockey season and promised that the 2000-2001 
Hockey season should be the best yet for the Brampton Battalion. 

Moved by City Councillor Metzak 

Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the Members of Council of the Corporation of the City of Brampton congratulate the 
Brampton Battalion Hockey Team for a tremendous hockey season; and 


That “Win, Lose or Draw” the Brampton Battalion are a true representative of our Brampton 
spirit; and 


That Members of Council extend best wishes to the Brampton Battalion their 2000-2001 Ontario 
Hockey League Season. 
CARRIED 


E. DELEGATIONS 


El. 


E 2. 


2000 04 10 


Delegations, re: PUBLIC NOTICE — DISPOSITION OF CITY-OWNED LAND — 
PROFESSORS LAKE PARK (File B10R) (See Report F 7 and By-law 54-2000) 


There were no delegations present for this item. 


Mr. John May, Markle, May, Phibbs Barristers and Solicitors, representing Conseil Scolaire de 
district du Centre-Sud-Ouest (French Public District School Board) re: LEASE OF SPACE AT 
CENTRAL PUBLIC SCHOOL (File B40) (See Item I 10). 


Note: Mayor P. Robertson declared a conflict of interest with respect to Items E 2, 
Recommendation CS037-2000 and Item I11 regarding the negotiations with the 
Brampton Academy for the lease of space at Central Public School, as his son is one of 
the proponents. 


Regional Councillor Begley assumed the Chair. 


Mr. John May, Markle, May, Phibbs Barristers and Solicitors, representing Conseil Scolaire de 
district du Centre-Sud-Ouest (French Public District School Board) appeared before Council 
requesting a 3 to 7 year lease agreement for the second floor of Central Public School for a French 
Elementary School. He advised that he has had discussions with the proponents for the Brampton 
Academy who are also proposing a lease agreement with the City of Brampton for this site to see 
if they could work together so that both schools could co-exist on this site. 


Regional Councillor Bissell requested that if the joint agreement were to occur, that a public 
meeting be held so that the residents in the area could be informed of the proposed school. 


Direction was given that 


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E3. 


2000 04 10 


The Commissioner of Community Services prepare a staff report on the full situation 
pertaining to the proposed lease agreements for Central Public School and possible affects 
the proposed schools will have on the community groups who currently utilize this location. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the delegation of Mr. John May, Markle, May, Phibbs Barristers and Solicitors, representing 
Conseil Scolaire de district du Centre-Sud-Ouest (French Public District School Board) to the 
Council Meeting of April 10, 2000 re: LEASE OF SPACE AT CENTRAL PUBLIC SCHOOL 
(File B40) be received; and 


That the correspondence of Mr. John May, Markle, May, Phibbs Barristers and Solicitors, 
representing Conseil Scolaire de district du Centre-Sud-Ouest (French Public District School 
Board) to the council Meeting of April 10, 2000 re: LEASE OF SPACE AT CENTRAL 
PUBLIC SCHOOL (File B40) be referred to the Commissioner of Community Services to 
prepare a report for the Community Services Committee. 


CARRIED 


Delegations re: INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW - GROUP HOMES, LODGING HOUSES 
AND SUPPORTIVE LODGING HOUSES (File C51/G27/W95) (See By-law 51-2000) (See 
Planning and Building Recommendations PB098—2000, PB099-2000 from April 3, 2000) 


Mr. Paul Burston, Christian Horizon 

Mr. Ted Robbins, Christian Horizon 

Mr. John Huether, Executive Director, Children’s Aid Society of Peel 
Mr. Onorio Rocca 

Ms. Joyce Fenuta 


Pee 


Messrs. Paul Burston and Ted Robbins of Christian Horizon and Mr. John Huether, Children’s 
Aid Society of Peel advised of the negative affects the proposed Interim Control By-law for 
Group Homes, Lodging Houses and Supportive Lodging Houses would have on their community 
groups housing situations. 


Mr. Huether, Children’s Aid Society responded to questions with regards to why so many of their 
Group Homes are located within the City of Brampton 


Mr. Onorio Rocca and Ms. Joyce Fenuta spoke in favour of the proposed By-law. Ms. Fenuta 
advised thought that if these homes were monitored on a regular basis that would help address her 
concerns. 


Discussion took place with regards to the impacts that the proposed Interim By-law would have. 
Most members of Council felt it would give the City of Brampton time to re-investigate the 
provisions within the existing by-laws and invite a representative of the Ministry of Municipal 
Affairs and Housing to participate in discussions which could help the City of Brampton have 
more control over these types of homes. 


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2000 04 10 


Planning and Building Committee Recommendation PB099-2000 was extracted and dealt with at 
this time. 


Moved by City Councillor Jeffrey 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


Whereas the City of Brampton currently has a total of 62 Group Homes, Lodging Houses and 
Supportive houses and; 


Whereas there are currently nine applications for Group Homes and Supportive Lodging Houses 


and; 


Whereas a review on residential care facilities in the City of Brampton was begun in January 
2000, and the City's Group Home Task Force are of the opinion that there is a pressing need by 
the City of Brampton to take steps to ensure that residential care facilities, particularly those 
located within residential neighbourhoods, are appropriately regulated; 


Therefore be it resolved: 


1. That By-law 51-2000 Interim Control By-Law for Group Homes, Lodging Houses and 
Supportive Lodging Houses be enacted for a period of one year for the purpose of allowing 
staff to address the following concerns: 


> 


Concern with the relative roles and responsibilities of the Province and the City in 
maintaining standards of operation in accordance with licensing legislation, on a 
consistent basis, including withholding or revoking licenses if necessary. 


Concern that a disproportionate share of residential care facilities are locating in 
Brampton, relative to other municipalities. 


Concern that Brampton is experiencing an unusually high volume of inquiries and 
applications for group homes and supportive lodging houses. 


Concern that the Ministries of Community and Social Services and the Solicitor General 
should consider harmonizing their legislation to provide a clearer understanding of 


expectations for the provision of fire safety through the Ontario Fire Code. 


Concern regarding the apparent use of foster homes as an alternative to group homes; 
and, 


Where an application for a Group Home, Lodging House or Supportive Lodging House 


has been submitted but has not been registered or licensed by the City as of the date of the 
passing of the Interim Control By-Law, the applicant may request that their application be 
presented first to Planning and Building Committee and then by Council to be considered for 
exemption from the Interim Control By-Law. 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE, THE CITY CLERK NOTED THE MOTION “CARRIED” 


—9 YEAS, 7 NAYS AND 1 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 


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C140-2000 


E 4. 


2000 04 10 


City Council 
Robertson Begley Hunter 
Fennell Bissell 
Palleschi Miles 
Jeffrey Callahan 
DiMarco Gibson 
Hutton Richards 
Cowie Hames 
Metzak 
Sprovieri 


CARRIED 


Moved by City Councillor Jeffrey 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the delegations to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000 re: INTERIM CONTROL BY- 
LAW - GROUP HOMES, LODGING HOUSES AND SUPPORTIVE LODGING HOUSES 
(File C51/G27/W95 ) be received; and 


Mr. Paul Burston, Christian Horizon 

Mr. Ted Robbins, Christian Horizon 

Mr. John Huether, Executive Director, Children’s Aid Society of Peel 
Mr. Onorio Rocca 

Ms. Joyce Fenuta 


Diet 


That the correspondence from Mr. Jim Triantafilou, Executive Director, Brampton Caledon 
Living, dated April 5, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: INTERIM CONTROL 
BY-LAW - GROUP HOMES, LODGING HOUSES AND SUPPORTIVE LODGING 
HOUSES (File C51/G27/W95) be received; and 


That the correspondence from Mr. John Huether, Executive Director, Peel Children’s Aid Society, 
dated April 10, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: IMPACT OF THE 
PROPOSED INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW RELATED TO GROUP HOMES UPON 
THE CHILDREN’S AID SOCIETY (File C51/G27/W95) be received; and 


Correspondence from Mr. Paul Burston, Administrator of District Services, Christian Horizons, 
Central District, undated, to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000 re: APPLICATION FOR 
EXEMPTION OF THE INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW RELATED TO GROUP HOMES, 
LODGING HOUSES AND SUPPORTIVE LODGING HOUSES (File C51/G27/W95) be 
received. 


CARRIED 
Mr. K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning Development and Park Operations, Chairman of 
the Civic Design Team, re: CIVIC DESIGN TEAM GOALS AND OBJECTIVES (File A00). 


DEFERRED TO MAY 8, 2000 COUNCIL MEETING UNDER RESOLUTION C133- 
2000 


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F. REPORTS FROM OFFICIALS 


Fl. 


F2. 
* F3. 
“ F4. 
* FS. 
* F6 
F7. 
2000 04 10 


Report from B. Hay, Manager of Parks Operations, Community Services, dated March 31, 2000, 
re: BRAMPTON COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP WEEK (File G21) (See Proclamation 2). 


DEALT WITH UNDER PROCLAMATIONS, RESOLUTION C136-2000 


Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works & Transportation, 
dated March 27, 2000, re: BRAMPTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOUNDATION - 10 KM 
RUN FOR HEALTH DAY ROAD RACE - SUNDAY, MAY 28, 2000 (File W25). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 


Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works & Transportation, 
dated March 27, 2000, re: LORNE SCOTS REGIMENT ANNUAL CHURCH PARADE — 
SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 2000 (File W25). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 


Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works & Transportation, 
dated March 27, 2000, re: RELIGIOUS PROCESSIONS — OUR LADY OF FATIMA 
PARISH — FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 2000, SUNDAY JUNE 11, 2000 AND SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 
2000 (File W25). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 


Report from M. Parks, Traffic Operations Supervisor, Works and Transportation, dated March 31, 
2000, re: AMENDMENT TO TRAFFIC BY-LAW 93-93 AS AMENDED - 
HOUSEKEEPING UPDATE (File G02) (See By-law 52-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 3, 2000, re: 
TRANSMITTAL OF ZONING BY-LAW —- JACK HERNICK ET AL. — EAST SIDE OF 
MISSISSAUGA ROAD — NORTH OF HIGHWAY NUMBER 7 — WARD 6 (File C4W 13.4) 
(See By-law 53-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 
Report from A. Pritchard, Real Estate Coordinator, Legal Services dated April 3, 2000, re: 
DISPOSITION OF CITY-OWNED LAND - PART OF PROFESSOR’S LAKE PARK - 


REAR OF 22, 24 AND 26 PICADILLY PLACE(File B10R) (See Delegation E 1 and By-law 
54-2000) 


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C141-2000 


F 10. 


C142-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


That the report from A. Pritchard, Real Estate Coordinator, Legal Services dated April 3, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000 re: DISPOSITION OF CITY-OWNED LAND - PART 
OF PROFESSOR’S LAKE PARK - REAR OF 22, 24 AND 26 PICADILLY PLACE(File 
BI1OR) be received; and 


That By-law 54-2000 be passed authorizing the execution of three agreements of purchase and 
sale respecting parts of Block Z, Plan M-281, and to declare the lands surplus; and 


That the proceeds from the sales be deposited into deferred land sales account 700 199.001 
CARRIED 


Report from Report from A. Pritchard, Real Estate Coordinator, Legal Services dated April 3, 
2000, re: EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR THE HOMELESS - 52 RUTHERFORD ROAD 
SOUTH — LEASE WITH THE REGION OF PEEL (File B40) (See By-law 54-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated March 28, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
ZONING BY-LAW — EMC GROUP LIMITED (SAPPHIRE HOMES INC.) — WEST SIDE 
OF MCLAUGHLIN ROAD, NORTH SIDE OF HIGHWAY 7 — WARD 6 (File 
C2W11.4/21T-99001B) (See By-law 56-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 


Report from G. Marshall, Director of Transit, Works and Transportation dated April 4, 2000, re: 
TRANSIT FARE INCREASE - MAY 1, 2000 (File T02) 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the report from G. Marshall, Director of Transit, Works and Transportation dated April 4, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, re: TRANSIT FARE INCREASE - MAY 1, 
2000 (File T02) be received; and 


That an “across the board” fare increase (excluding the School Boards) of 10 cents per ticket and 
$1.00 per weekly pass be implemented on May 1, 2000. 
CARRIED 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


Gl. 


C143-2000 


2000 04 10 


Minutes - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE -— March 27, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


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EC025-2000 


EC028-2000 


EC026-2000 


EC027-2000 


EC029-2000 


EC030-2000 


EC031-2000 


2000 04 10 


That the Minutes of the Economic Development Committee Meeting held March 27, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, Recommendations EC025-2000 to EC034-2000 be approved 
as printed and circulated. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Economic Development Committee Meeting dated March 27, 2000, be 
approved, as amended, to add: 


C2. Mr. David Ladd, 15A Fisherman Drive, Unit 17, Brampton, re: INCORPORATION 
OF BUSINESS TAXES INTO REALTY TAXES (File F95). 


H6. Discussion re: UPDATE ON PROPOSAL FOR NEW CN INTERMODAL 
TERMINAL IN BRAMPTON (File G60). 


That the report from D. Cutajar, Director, Economic Development Office, dated March 27, 2000, 
to the Economic Development Committee Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: CORPORATE 
CALLING SCHEDULE FOR APRIL 2000 (File M10) be received. 


That the delegation of City Councillor B. Hunter, Chair, Tourism Sub-Committee, to the 
Economic Development Committee Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: PRESENTATION OF 
TOURISM MARKETING PLAN (File G25) be received; and, 


That the report from D. Cutajar, Director, Economic Development Office, dated March 20, 2000, 
to the Economic Development Committee Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: TOURISM 
MARKETING PLAN (File G25) be received; and, 


That the Tourism Sub-Committee bring forward a report outlining a detailed operational strategy 
for implementation of the Tourism Marketing Plan to the Economic Development Committee 
Meeting of June 26, 2000. 


That the delegation of Mr. David Ladd, 15A Fisherman Drive, Unit 17, Brampton, to the 
Economic Development Committee Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: INCORPORATION OF 
BUSINESS TAXES INTO REAL ESTATE TAXES (File F95) be received; and, 


That the presentation material provided by Mr. David Ladd, outlining tenants’ specific concerns 
and providing excerpts from an exchange of correspondence between the landlord and several of 
the tenants of 15 Fisherman Drive, to the Economic Development Committee Meeting of March 
27, 2000, be received. 


That the ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE AND SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE 
CENTRE EVENTS CALENDAR 2000 (File M00), to the Economic Development Committee 
Meeting of March 27, 2000, be received. 


That the FEBRUARY 2000 ISSUE OF “BRAMFACTS?” (File M52), to the Economic 
Development Committee Meeting of March 27, 2000, be received. 


That the verbal update from D. Cutajar, Director, Economic Development Office, to the Economic 


Development Committee Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: NORTHERN IRELAND BUSINESS 
DELEGATION VISIT (File M40) be received. 


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EC032-2000 


EC033-2000 


EC034-2000 


G2. 


C144-2000 


PB084-2000 


PB085-2000 


PB086-2000 


2000 04 10 


That the verbal update from D. Cutajar, Director, Economic Development Office, to the Economic 
Development Committee Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: REALTORS’ BREAKFAST — APRIL 
19, 2000 (File M42) be received. 


That the verbal update from D. Cutajar, Director, Economic Development Office, to the Economic 
Development Committee Meeting of March 27, 2000, re: DEVELOPMENT DESIGN 
AWARDS 2000 (File M30) be received. 


That the Economic Development Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, April 
26, 2000, 12:00 noon, or at the call of the Chair. 


Minutes - PLANNING AND BUILDING COMMITTEE — April 3, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the Minutes of the Planning and Building Committee Meeting held April 3, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, Recommendations PB084-2000 to PB109-2000 be approved 
as amended to delete recommendation PB099-2000 as it was extracted and dealt with under Item 
E3, Resolution C139-2000 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Planning & Building Committee Meeting dated April 3, 2000, be 
approved as amended: 


F 3. Delegations re: GROUP HOMES, LODGING HOUSES AND SUPPORTIVE 
LODGING HOUSES (File C51/G27/W95) (See Other Business Item M 2) 


Kathleen Knight, 3 Crescent Hill Drive 

Carmen Gill 

Richard Haalboom, Christian Horizons 

Jim Triantafilou, Executive Director of Brampton Caledon Community Living 


SD ae 


That the report from N. Grady, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
March 20, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - HOUSEKEEPING ZONING AMENDMENT - 
GUGLIETTI BROTHERS INVESTMENTS LTD. - WARD 6 (File C2W14.1) be received; 
and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from N. Grady, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
March 23, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - JAMIAT-UL-ANSAR OF 


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PB087-2000 


PB088-2000 


PB089-2000 


PB090-2000 


PB091-2000 


2000 04 10 


BRAMPTON (QAZI MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING & COMPUTER MODELLING LTD.) 
- WARD 2 (File C1E11.14) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from T. Goodeve, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
March 16, 2000, to the Planning Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - BRAMPTON PENTECOSTAL CHURCH - WARD 
10 (File C8E7.2) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from J. Hardcastle, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated March 15, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
ZONING BY-LAW - GINO IACOUCCI - WARD 2 (File C1E17.19) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from J. Hardcastle, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated March 15, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - KUYVENHOVEN 
GREENHOUSES INC. - WARD 6 (File C6W6.6) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from J. Hardcastle, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated March 15, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - 
MARAWA CONSTRUCTION - WARD 10 (File C3E14.5) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from K. Ash, Supervisor of Information Services and Land Development, 
Planning and Building Department, dated March 20, 2000, to the Planning and Building 
Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION 
AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - SANDRINGHAM PLACE 
INC. (NEIGHBOURHOOD 502 — STAGE 1) - WARD 10 (File C6E12.6(a)) be received; and, 


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PB092-2000 


PB093-2000 


PB094-2000 


PB095-2000 


PB096-2000 


2000 04 10 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from K. Ash, , Supervisor of Information Services and Land Development, 
Planning and Building Department, dated March 21, 2000, to the Planning and Building 
Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION 
AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - 
SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. (NEIGHBOURHOOD 502 — STAGE 2) - WARD 10 (File 
C6E12.6(b)) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from P. Snape, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
March 22, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: DRAFT 
PLAN OF PROPOSED SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - TORNORTH HOLDINGS LTD. - WARD 
11 (File C6E10.3) be received; and, 


That staff is directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from J. Corbett, Director, Planning and Development Services, Planning and 
Building Department, dated Mach 24, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of 
April 3, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - DOWNTOWN 
BRAMPTON - EXEMPTION FROM ON-SITE PARKING REQUIREMENTS FOR 
COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENTS (File PO3 PA) be received; and, 


That staff is directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, Planning and Building 
Department, dated March 24, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 
2000, re: PROPOSED MODIFICATIONS TO THE CENTRAL AREA COMMUNITY 
IMPROVEMENT PLAN —- CENTRAL AREA DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE 
PROGRAMS (File P75CE) be received. 


That the delegations to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
CASTLEMORE GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB (File C9E6.4) be received. 


1. Mr. James Drozdiak 
2. Mr. Herb Ciceri 
3. Mr. Giancarlo Ongaro 


That the Community Services Department in conjunction with the Planning and Building 
Department bring a report to the Planning and Building Committee responding to the concerns of 
the Castlemore Golf Course Residential Community with respect to the potential of future 


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residential development on the Castlemore Golf Course, with the objective of an agreement that is 
acceptable to all parties. 


PB097-2000 That the delegation of Mr. Bruno Nazzicone, Landcrest Development Management Inc., to the 
Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: MASONRY WALL — 
DISCOVERY SUBDIVISION, PHASE II —- DRAFT PLAN 21T-98029B — WEST SIDE OF 
GREAT LAKES DRIVE, NORTH OF TRINITY COMMONS COMMERCIAL SITE (File 
C3E12.8/B44) be received. 


That the issue of building materials for noise barriers re: MASONRY WALL — DISCOVERY 
SUBDIVISION, PHASE II - DRAFT PLAN 21T-98029B — WEST SIDE OF GREAT 
LAKES DRIVE, NORTH OF TRINITY COMMONS COMMERCIAL SITE (File 
C3E12.8/B44) be referred to the Civic Design Team meeting of April 5, 2000. 


PB098-2000 That the delegations to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
GROUP HOMES, LODGING HOUSES AND SUPPORTIVE LODGING HOUSES (File 
C51/G27/W95) be received; and, 


Mr. Mario Deo, re Proposed Supportive Lodging House — 16 Julian Drive 
Ms. Joyce Fenuta, re Proposed Supportive Lodging House — 16 Julian Drive 
Mr. John Heuther, Children’s Aid Society, re Interim Control By-law 
Kathleen Knight, 3 Crescent Hill Drive 

Carmen Gill 

Richard Haalboom, Christian Horizons 

Jim Triantafilou, Executive Director of Brampton Caledon Community Living 


SDS Paes 


That the correspondence from Ms. Joyce Fenuta, dated March 28, 2000, and the correspondence 
from Mr. R. Haalboom, dated April 3, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of 
April 3, 2000, re: GROUP HOMES, LODGING HOUSES AND SUPPORTIVE LODGING 
HOUSES (File C51/G27/W95) be received. 


That the report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Director of Enforcement and Corporation Counsel, 
Legal Services and S. Hill, Manager of Land Use Policy, Planning and Building Department, 
dated March 24, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW FOR GROUP HOMES, LODGING HOUSES AND 
SUPPORTIVE LODGING HOUSES (File C51/G27/W95) be received; and, 


That the report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Director of Enforcement and Corporation Counsel, 
Legal Services and S. Hill, Manager of Land Use Policy, Planning and Building Department, 
dated March 29, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
SUPPLEMENTARY REPORT - INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW FOR GROUP HOMES, 
LODGING HOUSES AND SUPPORTIVE LODGING HOUSES (File C51/G27/W95) be 
received. 


PB100-2000 That the report from J. Hardcastle, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated March 9, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT - PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - I.F. PROPCO HOLDINGS 
(ONT.) 13 LTD. - ASBESTOS WORKERS PENSION FUND (1) INC. — UPIC (1) 
CORPORATION — NORTHWEST CORNER OF MAYFIELD ROAD AND 
HURONTARIO STREET - WARD 2 (File C1W18.4) be received; and, 


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PB101-2000 


2000 04 10 


That Planning and Building Committee recommend approval of the subject application for Draft 
Plan of Subdivision and authorize staff to issue notice of draft plan approval, subject to the 


following conditions: 


a) any necessary minor red-line revisions to the draft plan identified by staff; and 

b) all conditions contained in the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of Draft 
Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivision, or derivatives or special applications of 
said conditions, as determined by the Commissioner of Planning and Building. 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated March 17, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW — CANDEVCON LIMITED — 284 ORENDA ROAD — WARD 8 
(File C3E2.5) be received; and, 


That the application be approved and staff be directed to prepare the appropriate documents for 

the consideration of City Council, subject to the following: 

1. The Official Plan Amendment shall amend The Brampton West Industrial Secondary 
Plan to add a site specific policy provision to allow the subject property to be used for 
both industrial and limited commercial purposes with a maximum gross floor area for all 
buildings established and the maximum gross commercial floor area of an individual 
accessory retail outlet also established. 


2. The site specific zoning by-law shall contain the following: 


a) the subject lands shall be zoned with a site specific Industrial One (M1A) Zone 
category which shall permit the following uses: 


(1) industrial, non-industrial and accessory purposes permitted by the M1A 
Zone; 

(2) a retail outlet having no outside storage as an accessory use subject to 
the requirements as set out in Section (b) (9); and, 

(3) one takeout restaurant, with no seats, and one dining room restaurant or 
standard restaurant. 

b) shall also be subject to the following requirements and restrictions: 

(1) The maximum gross floor area for all buildings shall not exceed 4686 
square metres. 

(2) The maximum gross floor area of a take out restaurant shall not exceed 
93 square metres. 

(3) The maximum floor area of a dining room restaurant or standard 
restaurant shall not exceed 140 square metres. 

(4) Minimum Lot Area: 1.1 hectares 

(5) Minimum Front Yard Depth: 15.2 metres 


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PB102-2000 


2000 04 10 


(6) 


(7) 
(8) 


(9) 


Minimum Interior Side Yard: 
(a) 7.6 metres on the east side yard; 
(b) 12.1 metres on the west side yard 


Maximum Building Height: 2 storeys 
Minimum Landscaped Open Space: 


Front Yard: A minimum 6.2 metre wide landscaped open space 
area, except at approved driveway locations, shall be 
provided in the front yard. 


Side Yard: None required. 


the maximum gross commercial floor area of a retail outlet involved in 
the retail sale of food and permitted in connection with an industrial 
use shall not exceed 30% of the total gross industrial floor area of the 
particular industrial use to a maximum of 703 square metres, 
whichever is less; 


the maximum gross commercial floor area of a retail outlet not 
involved in the retail sale of food and permitted in connection with an 
industrial use shall not exceed 45% of the total gross industrial floor 
area to a maximum of 703 square metres, whichever is less. 


c) shall also be subject to the requirements and restrictions relating to the MIA 
Zone and all of the general provisions of the by-law which are not in conflict 
with the ones set out above. 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated March 17, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW — SPRUCE VALLEY HOMES - 428 RUTHERFORD ROAD 
NORTH —- WARD 1 (File C2E9.7) be received; and, 


That the application be approved and staff be directed to prepare the appropriate documents for 
the consideration of City Council, subject to the following: 


1. The Official Plan Amendment shall amend the Madoc Secondary Plan to add a site 
specific policy provision to allow the subject property to be used for mixed commercial 
and residential (apartment) uses. 


2, The site specific zoning by-law shall contain the following 


a) the subject lands shall remain within the site specific “C1- SECTION 197” zone 
which will be amended to state that the lands designated C1-SECTION 197 on 
Sheet 44B of Schedule A to this By-law shall only be used for the following 
purposes: 


(a) 


Commercial 


(1) a retail establishment having no outside storage; 


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PB103-2000 


2000 04 10 


(2) a convenience store; 
(3) a personal service shop; 
(4) a bank, trust company, finance company; 
(5) an office; 
(6) a dry cleaning and laundry distribution station; 
(7) an animal hospital; 
(8) purposes accessory to the other permitted purposes. 
(b) Non-Commercial 
(1) two apartment dwelling units 
b) shall also be subject to the following requirements and restrictions: 
(1) Minimum Lot Width: 31 metres 
(2) Minimum Lot Area: 1200 square metres 
(3) Minimum Front Yard Depth: 5.8 metres 
(4) Minimum Interior Side Yard Width: 7.0 metres 
(5) Minimum Exterior Side Yard Width: 14.1 metres 
(6) Minimum Rear Yard Depth: 14.5 metres 
c) shall also be subject to the requirements and restrictions relating to the Cl Zone 


and all of the general provisions of the by-law which are not in conflict with the 
ones set out above. 


That the report from J. Hardcastle, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated March 15, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW 
— TEAM THREE — BRAMPTON 4-2 WEST LIMITED — EAST OF CHINGUACOUSY 
ROAD, NORTH OF STEELES AVENUE WEST — WARD 4 (File C2W4.3) be received; and, 


That the application to amendment the zoning by-law be approved and staff be directed to prepare 
the appropriate documents for the consideration of City Council, subject to the following 


condition(s): 


1. The site specific amending zoning by-law shall contain the following: 


A) The lands shall be zoned with a site specific R2A zone category which shall 


permit the following uses: 


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(1) 
(2) 
(3) 


a semi-detached dwelling; 
an auxiliary group home; and, 


purposes accessory to the other permitted purposes 


B) shall also be subject to the following requirements and restrictions: 


(1) 
(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


Minimum Lot Area: 210 square metres per dwelling unit 


Minimum Lot Width: 

Interior Lot: 14 metres per lot and 7 metres per dwelling unit 

Corner Lot: 15.8 metres and 8.8 metres for the dwelling unit 

closest to the flankage lot line 

Minimum Lot Depth: 30 metres 

Minimum Front Yard Depth: 

- 6.0 metres to the front of a garage and 4.5 metres to the front wall 
of the dwelling 

Minimum Exterior Side Yard Width 


- 3.0 metres, except where a garage faces the exterior side lot line 
the minimum setback to the front of the garage shall be 6.0 metres 

Minimum Rear Yard Depth: 

- 7.5 metres which may be reduced to a minimum of 6.0 metres for a 
dwelling unit provided that the area of the rear yard is at least 25% 
of the minimum lot area for that particular unit 

Minimum Interior Side Yard Width: 

- 1.2 metres, except that where the common wall of the dwelling 
units coincide with a side lot line the setback may be zero 

Minimum Landscaped Open Space: 

- 40% of the minimum front yard area and 30% of the minimum 
front yard area if the extension of the side lot lines towards the 
front lot line result in an angle of less than 75 degrees at the front 
lot line 

the following provisions shall apply to garages: 

(a) the maximum garage door width per dwelling unit shall be 3.1 
metres 

(b) the garage door width may be widened by an extra 0.6 metres 
if the front of the garage is not more than 2.5 metres closer to the 
front lot line than the ground floor main entrance of the dwelling 
unit 

(c) the garage door width restriction does not apply to the garage 
door facing the flankage lot line 

(d) the interior garage width, as calculated 3 metres from the 
garage opening shall not exceed 0.6 metres over the maximum 
garage door width permitted on the lot 


C) shall also be subject to the requirements and restrictions relating to the R2A 
zone, and all the general provisions of the by-law which are not in conflict with 
the ones set out above. 


PB104-2000 That the report from D. Nicholson, Policy Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
March 17, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 


2000 04 10 


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PB105-2000 


PB106-2000 


PB107-2000 


HB032-2000 


HBO033-2000 


2000 04 10 


DEMOLITION PERMIT APPLICATION - 10078 MCLAUGHLIN ROAD (ROWNTREE 
FARM) (File G33) be received; and 


That Council authorize that a demolition permit be issued under Section 33 of the Planning Act 
for the following property: 


10078 McLaughlin Road (House on Rowntree Farm) 


That the report from B. Winterhalt, Director of Planning Policy and Research, Planning and 
Building Department and A. Smith, Policy Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
March 27, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED YORK REGION OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO. 19 — WEST 
VAUGHAN EMPLOYMENT AREA EXPANSION (File P28Y0) be received; and, 


That York Region be advised that the City of Brampton position on the proposed York Region 
Official Plan Amendment No. 19 is that it is premature pending further review of issues related to 
the planning and transportation infrastructure; and, 


That the report dated March 27, 2000, re: PROPOSED YORK REGION OFFICIAL PLAN 
AMENDMENT NO. 19 - WEST VAUGHAN EMPLOYMENT AREA EXPANSION (File 
P28Y0) be forwarded to the Region of Peel, Region of York, the Town of Caledon and the City of 
Vaughan for their information. 


That the report from D. Nicholson, Policy Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 


March 24, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, re: 
DEMOLITION CONTROL BY-LAW PROCESS (File G33) be received; and, 


That staff circulate the Demolition Control By-law process to representatives of the development 
industry. 


That the Minutes of the BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD dated March 23, 2000, to the 
Planning & Building Committee meeting of April 3, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting dated March 23, 2000, be approved, 
as amended, to add: 


4.1 Delegations re: DESIGNATION OF HUTTONVILLE AS A HERITAGE 


DISTRICT (File G33): 

1. Mr. F. Kee, Huttonville Residents’ Association, 2257 Embleton Road, Brampton 

2. Mr. G. Kee, Huttonville Residents’ Association, R.R. #10, Churchville Road, Brampton 
3. Mrs. D. Cook, 8832 Creditview Road, Brampton 

4. Mr. & Mrs. M. Jarvie, 2072 Embleton Road, Brampton 


7.5 Discussion re: HISTORIC PLAQUE PROGRAM APPLICATIONS (File G33). 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 1, 2000, to the Brampton 
Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


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HB034-2000 


HBO035-2000 


HB036-2000 


HB037-2000 


HB038-2000 


HB039-2000 


HB040-2000 


HB041-2000 


HB042-2000 


2000 04 10 


That the following delegations re: DESIGNATION OF HUTTONVILLE AS A HERITAGE 
DISTRICT (File G33), to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, be received: 


1. Mr. F. Kee, Huttonville Residents’ Association, 2257 Embleton Road, Brampton 
2. Mr. G. Kee, Huttonville Residents’ Association, R.R. #10, Churchville Road, Brampton; 
and, 


That the extract from the City of Brampton’s Official Plan, March 1997, outlining general 
guidelines for the designation of Heritage Conservation Districts, as distributed at the Brampton 
Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, by D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, 
Planning and Building Department, be received; and, 


That the Brampton Heritage Board supports the residents in their efforts to pursue the designation 
of Huttonville as a Heritage District and looks forward to being kept aware of their progress and 
activities. 


That discussion re: REQUESTS FOR BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD 
PRESENTATIONS/SPEAKERS (File G33) be deferred to the Brampton Heritage Board 
Meeting of April 20, 2000. 


That the verbal report of the SUB-COMMITTEE RE: ANNUAL MEETING OF THE JOINT 
LACACS OF PEEL (File G33), to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, be 
received; and, 


That the date for the meeting be established as Friday, September 22, 2000; and, 
That the location for the meeting be established as Bovaird House. 


That the verbal report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, re: CHURCHVILLE 
HERITAGE PERMIT HANDBOOK (File G33) be received. 


That discussion re: GOLF COURSE PROPOSAL — CLAIRVILLE CONSERVATION 
AREA (File G33) be deferred to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000. 


That City of Brampton staff be reminded to keep the Brampton Heritage Board informed with 
respect to all proposals received that pertain to properties listed on the Brampton Inventory of 
Heritage Resources. 


That the Brampton Heritage Board Newsletter “The Brampton Heritage Times” be revived for a 
targeted issue date of September 2000; and, 


That each member contribute one item for publication in the newsletter to be submitted not later 
than the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of June 22, 2000. 


That the application to purchase of a plaque under the Brampton Heritage Board’s Historic Plaque 
Program, from Mrs. Joan Powell, 32 Rosedale Avenue, Brampton, to the Brampton Heritage 
Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, be approved. 


That the application to purchase a plaque under the Brampton Heritage Board’s Historic Plaque 


Program, from Mr. & Mrs. Grdun, 44 David Street, Brampton, to the Brampton Heritage Board 
Meeting of March 23, 2000, be approved. 


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HB043-2000 


HB044-2000 


HB045-2000 


HB046-2000 


HB047-2000 


HB048-2000 


HB049-2000 


HB050-2000 


PB108-2000 


PB109-2000 


2000 04 10 


That the verbal report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, re: DESIGNATION 
OF CREDITVIEW ROAD BRIDGE — CREDITVIEW RIVER — NORTH OF STEELES — 
WARD 6 (File G33) be received; and, 


That the extract from the Credit Valley Secondary Plan Built Heritage and Cultural Landscape 
Analysis, prepared in 1998 by Unterman McPhail Cuming Associates, providing information on 
the Creditview Road Bridge, distributed by D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning 
and Building Department at the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, be 
received. 


That the News Release — Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation, dated February 
25, 2000, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, re: ONTARIO 
HERITAGE CHALLENGE FUND (File G33) be received. 


That the correspondence from Community Heritage Ontario, undated, to the Brampton Heritage 
Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, re: MEMBERSHIP INCOMMUNITY HERITAGE 
ONTARIO (File G33) be received. 


That the MINUTES OF THE FRIENDS OF BOVAIRD HOUSE COMMITTEE MEETING 
OF FEBRUARY 1, 2000, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, (File 
G33) be received. 


That the correspondence from Ms. S. Drummond, Heritage Resource Officer, Town of Caledon, 
dated March 7, 2000, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, re: NEW 
HERITAGE RESOURCE OFFICER FOR THE TOWN OF CALEDON (File G33) be 
received; and, 


That the Brampton Heritage Board extends congratulations and best wishes to Ms. Drummond in 
her new role as Heritage Resource Officer for the Town of Caledon. 


That the correspondence from the Royal Ontario Museum, dated March 2000, to the Brampton 
Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, re: ANNUAL DECORATIVE ARTS 
SYMPOSIUM - “THE DECORATIVE ARTS OF COLONIAL NORTH AMERICA”, 
APRIL 27, 28, AND 29, 2000 (File G33) be received. 


That the correspondence from the Ontario Genealogical Society Halton-Peel Branch, undated, to 
the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, re: ONTARIO GENEALOGICAL 
SOCIETY HALTON-PEEL BRANCH — REGULAR MEETING DATES (File G33) be 
received. 


That the Brampton Heritage Board do now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, April 20, 2000, at 
7:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


That the report from C. Connor, Director of Real Estate Services and Corporation Counsel, Legal 
Services Department, dated March 28, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of 
April 3, 2000, re: PROPOSED CN INTERMODAL TERMINAL (File G60) be received. 


That the Planning & Building Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, April 17, 
2000 at 1:00 p.m. or at the call of the Chair. 


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G2. 


C145-2000 


SV041-2000 


SV042-2000 


SV043-2000 


SV044-2000 


2000 04 10 


Minutes - SIGN VARIANCE COMMITTEE — April 4, 2000 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the Minutes of the Sign Variance Meeting held April 4, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 
10, 2000, Recommendations SV041-2000 to SV054-2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 
The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the correspondence from Ms. Kristie L. Macdonald, National Sign & Awning Group, dated 
March 13, 2000, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: WITHDRAWAL 
OF SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — GOOD LIFE FITNESS CLUB/HOLIDAY INN — 
25 PEEL CENTRE DRIVE, UNIT 127 —- WARD 7 (File G26SD, be received; and, 


That the applicant be advised that the application fee is non-refundable. 


That the correspondence from Dr. David S. Chuang, Queenstate Dental Care, dated March 16, 
2000, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: REQUEST TO APPEAL 
SIGN VARIANCE COMMITTEE DECISION — SV038-2000 — SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATION — DR. DAVID CHUANG - 143 QUEEN STREET EAST, UNIT 20 - 
WARD 3 (File G26SD), be received; and, 


That the delegation of Dr. David S. Chuang, Queenstate Dental Care, to the Sign Variance 
Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — DR. DAVID 
CHUANG - 143 QUEEN STREET EAST, UNIT 20 — WARD 3 (File G26S]), be deferred to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000; at which time the applicant is to return 
with professionally-developed sign concepts for Committee’s consideration. 


That the delegation of Mr. Peter Donohue, Art of Neon, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting 
of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — FAMILY MEDICAL AND 
FAMILY DENTAL CENTRE - 66 QUARRY EDGE DRIVE — WARD 5 (File G26SI), be 
received; and, 


That a variance be permitted so that an illuminated sign can be installed on the north wall of the 
building at 66 Quarry Edge Drive, subject to the removal of the existing sign from its location on 
the east wall of the building; 

That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 

That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated March 6, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— TRINITY COMMON (CASEY’S) — 130 GREAT LAKES DRIVE — WARD 10 (File 
G26SI), be received; and, 


That approval be given for a wall sign of approximately 5 square metres (53.8 square feet) for the 
northwest elevation of the Casey’s restaurant at 130 Great Lakes Drive; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


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SV045-2000 


SV046-2000 


SV047-2000 


SV048-2000 


SV049-2000 


2000 04 10 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated March 14, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— GEORGE VASSALLO - 2 WILKINSON ROAD, UNIT #2 (NORTH ELEVATION) — 
WARD 8 (File G26SD),, be received; and, 


That approval be given for a 11.7 square metres (126 square feet) wall sign attached to the north 
elevation of the industrial building at 2 Wilkinson Road; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated March 14, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— GEORGE VASSALLO - 2 WILKINSON ROAD, UNIT #2 (WEST ELEVATION) - 
WARD 8 (File G26SD), be received; and, 


That approval be given for two wall signs with a total area of 2.9 square metres (32 square feet) 
attached to the west elevation of the industrial building at 2 Wilkinson Road; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 

That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated February 18, 2000, 
to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE 
APPLICATIONS — BUILDERS A-FRAME MOBILE SIGNS (File G26SI), be received; and, 


That the applications from the builders for A-Frame mobile signs be approved, as follows: 


Company Name Number of Signs 
Summer Valley (Brampton) Ltd. (Highway 10 North of Mayfield) 12 
Robynwood Homes Inc. (45 Wanless Drive) 6 
Roycan Homes Limited (421 Wanless Drive) 8 


That prior to installation, the applicants shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated March 22, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— BUILDERS A-FRAME MOBILE SIGNS (File G26SI), be received; and, 


That the delegation of Mr. Nick Damiano, Riverfield Homes, to the Sign Variance Committee 
Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — BUILDERS A-FRAME 
MOBILE SIGNS (File G26S]), be received; and, 


That the application from Riverfield Homes for 12 builder A-Frame mobile signs be approved; 
and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 
That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated March 14, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 


— PHILIP KYROU - 30 MELANIE DRIVE — WARD 9 (File G26SI), be deferred to the Sign 
Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000; and, 


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SV050-2000 


SV051-2000 


SV052-2000 


2000 04 10 


That the applicant work with staff of the Urban Design and Zoning Division, Planning and 
Building Department, to develop a alternate proposal for consideration by Committee with respect 
to the display of flags at 30 Melanie Drive. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated March 17, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— GLOBAL SIGNS INC. (GATEWAY GLEN PLAZA) - 9025 TORBRAM ROAD 
(NORTHEAST CORNER OF TORBRAM STREET AND QUEEN STREET) — WARD 11 
(File G26SI), be received; and, 


That the delegations of Mr. Doug Cillis, Global Signs, and Mr. Mike Nasir, Gateway Bakery, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— GLOBAL SIGNS INC. (GATEWAY GLEN PLAZA) - 9025 TORBRAM ROAD 
(NORTHEAST CORNER OF TORBRAM STREET AND QUEEN STREET) — WARD 11 
(File G26SI), be received; and, 


That, subject to agreement from the owner of the Gateway Glen Plan, approval be given for a 8.8 
square metres (95 square feet) illuminated canopy sign, with a red background and white lettering, 
on the south elevation of the Gateway Glen Plaza at 9025 Torbram Road; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated March 6, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— HR DEVELOPMENTS — SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY #7 AND 
FLETCHER’S CREEK BLVD. — WARD 6 (File G26SD), be received; and, 


That the delegation of Mr. Jeffrey Ellis, HR Developments, to the Sign Variance Committee 
Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — HR DEVELOPMENTS — 
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY #7 AND FLETCHER’S CREEK BLVD. - 
WARD 6 (File G26SD), be received; and, 


That, subject to the removal of the applicants’ illegal signs and flags from their property at the 
southwest corner of Highway #7 and Fletcher’s Creek Blvd., approval be given for a 16.7 square 
metres (180.8 square feet) ground sign facing Highway #7, approximately 40 metres (43 yards) 
from the southwest corner of Highway #7 and Fletcher’s Creek Blvd for a temporary period and 
that the sign be removed within two years of Council approval of this decision; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated March 20, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
—SOLMAR HOMES - 1047 HIGHWAY #7 (NORTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY #7 
AND MCLAUGHLIN ROAD) — WARD 6 (File G26SJ), be received; and, 


That the delegation of Ms. Lillian Benedetti, Solmar Homes, to the Sign Variance Committee 
Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — SOLMAR HOMES -— 
1047 HIGHWAY #7 (NORTHWEST CORNER OF HIGHWAY #7 AND MCLAUGHLIN 
ROAD) — WARD 6 (File G26SI), be received; and, 


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SV053-2000 


SV054-2000 


G4. 


C146-2000 


CS032-2000 


CS033-2000 


CS034-2000 


2000 04 10 


That approval be given for a 8.64 square metres (93 square feet) ground sign facing Highway #7, 
close to the Solmar Homes sales office at 1047 Highway #7 for a temporary period and that the 
sign be removed within two years of Council approval of this decision; and, 


That prior to installation, the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the information from B. Campbell, Chief Building Official, Planning and Building, dated 
April 4, 2000, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of April 4, 2000, re: REFERENCE/ 
CONTACT LIST FOR THE ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF SIGNS 
REGULATED BY THE ONTARIO BUILDING CODE AND THE SIGN BY-LAW (File 
H00), be received. 


That the Sign Variance Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Tuesday, May 2, 2000, at 
2:30 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


Minutes - COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE - April 5, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


Regional Councillor Miles requested that the presentation by Mr. Bruce Hay, Manager of Parks 
Operations, Community Services regarding Future of Indoor and Outdoor Operations be presented 
at the May 8, 2000 Council Meeting. 


That the Minutes of the Community Services Committee Meeting held April 5, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of April 10, 2000, Recommendations CS032-2000 to CS47-2000 be approved as 
printed and circulated. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Community Services Committee Meeting dated April 5, 2000, be 
approved, as amended to add: 


J4. Correspondence from Ms. Helen Johns, Minister of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation, 
dated March 2000, re: NOMINATIONS FOR THE ONTARIO MEDAL OF GOOD 
CITIZENSHIP (File M30). 


That the delegations of B. Hay, Manager of Parks Operations, Recreation Planning, Development 
and Parks Operations Division, Community Services, and G. Duval, Manager of Recreation 
Facilities Services, Recreation Facilities and Programs Division, Community Services, to the 
Community Services Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, re: FUTURE OF INDOOR AND 
OUTDOOR OPERATIONS (File R20/R21) be received. 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated March 26, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, re: RESPONSE TO 
CORRESPONDENCE FROM KEVIN O’HEHIR, KINDERSOCCER INC. (YOBS) (File 
C16) be received; and, 


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CS035-2000 


CS036-2000 


CS037-2000 


CS038-2000 


CS039-2000 


CS040-2000 


CS041-2000 


CS042-2000 


CS043-2000 


CS044-2000 


2000 04 10 


That the Commissioner of Community Services be directed to send the response to Mr. O’Hehir 
as provided with the aforementioned report. 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated March 6, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, re: MINUTES OF THE 
BRAMPTON COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP MEETING OF FEBRUARY 24, 2000 (File G10) 
be received. 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated March 24, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, re: MINUTES OF THE 
BRAMPTON COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP MEETING OF MARCH 9, 2000 (File G10) be 
received. 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated March 26, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, re: MINUTES OF THE 
RECREATION BUSINESS ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING OF FEBRUARY 16, 
2000 (File A20) be received. 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated March 27, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, re: CORRESPONDENCE 
FROM RUDY RISKE, TEACHER, FOLKSTONE PUBLIC SCHOOL, COMMENDING 
MOUNT CHINGUACOUSY SKI PROGRAM (File R49) be received. 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated March 27, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, re: CORRESPONDENCE 
FROM DONALD GORDON, PRESIDENT, BRAMPTON SAFE CITY ASSOCIATION 
RE: AWARDS AND RECOGNITION EVENING — MAY 11, 2000 (File G10) be received. 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated March 22, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, re: MINUTES OF THE 
MILLENNIUM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING OF FEBRUARY 22, 2000 (File 
A20) be received. 


That the report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Fire and Emergency Services, Community Services, 
dated March 7, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, re: FIRE 
AND EMERGENCY SERVICES MONTHLY STATISTICS — FEBRUARY 2000 (File D05) 
be received. 


That the correspondence from Ms. L. Hunter, Principal, Eastbourne Drive Public School, to M. 
Held, Marketing Coordinator, School-Aged Programs, Community Services, and L. Vaneysinga, 
Recreation Assistant, School-Aged Programs, Community Services, dated March 17, 2000, to the 
Community Services Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, re: THANKS FOR ONGOING 
ASSISTANCE AND COOPERATION (File H00) be received. 


That the correspondence from Ms. Helen Johns, Ontario Minister of Citizenship, Culture and 
Recreation, dated March 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, 
re: 2000 SYL APPS AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE (File M30) be received and referred to the 
Commissioner of Community Services for appropriate action. 


That the correspondence from Ms. Helen Johns, Ontario Minister of Citizenship, Culture and 
Recreation, dated March 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, 


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CS045-2000 


CS046-2000 


CS047-2000 


re: SENIOR OF THE YEAR AWARD 2000 (File M30) be received and referred to the 
Commissioner of Community Services for appropriate action. 


That the correspondence from Ms. Helen Johns, Minister of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation, 
dated March 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, re: 
NOMINATIONS FOR THE ONTARIO MEDAL OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP (File M30) be 
received and referred to the Commissioner of Community Services for appropriate action. 


That the article from “Municipal World”, dated March 2000, to the Community Services 
Committee Meeting of April 5, 2000, re: AUDUBON CERTIFICATION — PEEL VILLAGE 
GOLF COURSE (File R00) be received. 


That the Community Services Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, May 3, 
2000, at 1:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS - nil 


I. CORRESPONDENCE 


= 11. 


2000 04 10 


Correspondence from the Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, 
Province of Ontario, dated March 22, 2000, re: CAPITAL BUDGETING HANDBOOK AND 
SOFTWARE (File F25). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 

Correspondence from the Honourable Paul Martin, Minister of Finance, Government of Canada, 
dated March 14, 2000, re: RESPONSE TO RESOLUTION — REQUEST FOR 
FEDERAL/PROVINCIAL COMMITMENT TO FUNDING URBAN TRANSPORTATION 
INFRASTRUCTURE (File T00). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 

Correspondence from the Association of Municipalities in Ontario, dated March 28, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED RESOLUTION — EXTENDING GAS SERVICES IN ADVANCE OF A NEW 
MODEL FRANCHISE AGREEMENT (File A00). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 

Correspondence from Ms Lynn Morrow, Greater Toronto Services Board, dated March 27, 2000, 
re: RESOLUTION — ADOPTION OF GTSB DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCESS (File 
G75). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 


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* 15: 
* 16. 
i 17. 
* 18. 
* 19. 
110. 
111, 
112, 
2000 04 10 


Correspondence from Ms Vicki Barron, General Manager, Credit Valley Conservation, dated 
March 15, 2000, re: YEAR 2000 INITIATIVES OF THE CREDIT VALLEY 
CONSERVATION AUTHORITY (File N42). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 


Correspondence from Ms Janet Manson, Assistant Deputy Minister, Ministry of Municipal Affairs 
and Housing, Province of Ontario, dated March 27, 2000, re: CHANGES TO THE “TENANT 
PROTECTION ACT” REGULATIONS - RENT REDUCTIONS, RENT INCREASES, 
MUNICIPAL PROPERTY TAXES (File G65). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 


Correspondence from the Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, 
Province of Ontario, dated March 28, 2000, re: RESPONSE TO RESOLUTION — 
MUNICIPAL REFORM OF 905 MUNICIPALITIES AND THE GREATER TORONTO 
SERVICES BOARD (File G26). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 

Correspondence from Ms Ava Macintyre, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated March 
20, 2000, re: RESOLUTION - ADDING HIGHWAY 7 (HIGHWAY 410 TO WINSTON 
CHURCHILL BOULEVARD) TO THE REGIONAL ROAD SYSTEM (File G65). 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 

Correspondence from Ms Ava Macintyre, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated March 
20, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — WINTER MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT - “NO WING 
ZONE” — LOCAL MUNICIPALITIES TO ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR PRIMARY 
SNOW REMOVAL ON REGIONAL ROADS — COST SHARING (File G71) 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 

Correspondence from Mr. John May, Markle, May and Phibbs, Barristers and Solicitors 
representing Conseil Scolaire (French Public District School Board), dated March 31, 2000, re: 
LEASE OF SPACE AT CENTRAL PUBLIC SCHOOL(File B40) (See Item E 2). 

DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E 2, RESOLUTION C138-2000 

Correspondence from Mr. Jim Triantafilou, Executive Director, Brampton Caledon Living, dated 
April 5, 2000, re: INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW - GROUP HOMES, LODGING HOUSES 
AND SUPPORTIVE LODGING HOUSES (File C51/G27/W95) (See Items E3, 112, [13 and 
By-law 51-2000). 

DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E 3, RESOLUTION C140-2000 


Correspondence from Mr. John Huether, Executive Director, Peel Children’s Aid Society, dated 
April 10, 2000, re: IMPACT OF THE PROPOSED INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW 


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113. 


RELATED TO GROUP HOMES UPON THE CHILDREN’S AID SOCIETY (File 
C51/G27/W95) (See Items E3, I11, 113 and By-law 51-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E 3, RESOLUTION C140-2000 


Correspondence from Mr. Paul Burston, Administrator of District Services, Christian Horizons, 
Central District, undated, ree APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OF THE INTERIM 
CONTROL BY-LAW RELATED TO GROUP HOMES, LODGING HOUSES AND 
SUPPORTIVE LODGING HOUSES (File C51/G27/W95) (See Items E3, I11, 12 and By-law 
51-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E 3, RESOLUTION C140-2000 


J. RESOLUTIONS 


z Jl 


J2. 


C147-2000 


Resolution from City Councillor B. Cowie re: REQUEST FOR REPORT —- GOVERNANCE 
RESTRUCTURING COMMITTEE — BRAMPTON AS A SINGLE TIER GOVERNMENT 
(File G26) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C135-2000 
Resolution - BRAMPTON HYDRO CORPORATION (File C35). 


Moved by City Councillor Jeffrey 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the Council of the Corporation of the City of Brampton authorizes the incorporation of 
Brampton Hydro Corporation and its subsidiary corporations Brampton Hydro Networks Inc., 
Brampton Hydro Energy Services Inc. and Brampton Hydro Fibre Inc. (collectively the 
Corporations) under the Business Corporations Act (Ontario) pursuant to subsection 142(1) of the 
Electricity Act, 1998 (Ontario) and sections 71 and 73 of the Ontario Energy Board Act, 1998 
(Ontario) for the purpose of continuing the distribution, transmission and retailing of electricity 
and associated business activities of the Brampton Hydro Electric Commission and the 
Corporation of the City of Brampton; and 


That the interim Boards of Directors of the Corporations consists of the following eight (8) 
persons namely Mayor Peter Robertson, City Councillor Bill Cowie, Regional Councillor Lorna 
Bissell and City Councillor Linda Jeffrey, Brampton Hydro Commissioner Maggie McCallion, 
Brampton City Manager Lorne McCool, Brampton Hydro General Manager Keith Mathews and 
Brampton Chief Information Officer John Wright; and 


That Borden Ladner Gervais be authorized to prepare and file the Articles of Incorporation for the 
Corporations all of which are to have a single class of common shares of unlimited value. 


CARRIED 


K. NOTICE OF MOTION - nil 


2000 04 10 


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L. PETITIONS - nil 


M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 


M1. 


C148-2000 


Correspondence from Mayor Peter Robertson dated April 5, 2000, re: INCREASED COSTS 
FOR HIGHWAY 410 EXTENSION (File T17) 


Moved by City Councillor Jeffrey 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the correspondence from Mayor Peter Robertson dated April 5, 2000 to the Council Meeting 
of April 10, 2000, re: INCREASED COSTS FOR HIGHWAY 410 EXTENSION (File T17) 
be received; and 


That the following conditions be part of the Regional Contract with the Ministry of 
Transportation, Province of Ontario: 


1, The southbound slip-off connection to Sandalwood Parkway from Highway 410 
must be paid for by the Provincial Highway Project 

2. The option of a cul-de-sac on Heart Lake Road not be an option, and that Heart 
Lake Road either links to the existing off-ramp at Bovaird Drive or link to 
Bovaird Drive west of Highway 410; and 

3: That Brampton’s Contribution must be capped so that we are not responsible for 
any over-runs. 


That a copy of this resolution be sent to the Ministry of Transportation, Province of 
Ontario, The Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, 
M.P.P. Brampton West Mississauga, Mr. Joe Spina, M.P.P. Brampton Centre and Mr. 
Raminder Gill, M.P.P. Bramalea/Gore/Malton/Springdale and the Commissioner of 
Public Works, Region of Peel. 


N. TENDERS - nil 


oO. BY-LAWS 


C149-2000 


2000 04 10 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That By-laws 51-2000 to 58-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of April 10, 2000, be 
given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 
and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


51-2000 An Interim Control By-law applicable to areas subject to Comprehensive Zoning By- 
laws 56-83, 139-84, 151-88 and 200-82, as amended, re: GROUP HOMES, 
LODGING HOUSES AND SUPPORTIVE LODGING HOUSES (See Delegation E 
1 and Planning and Building Committee Recommendations PB-2000 — April 3, 2000) 


52-2000 To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended — No Parking, No Stopping, Rate of Speeds 
and Fire Routes (See Report F 5). 


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53-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended (JACK HERNICK ET 
AL. - east side of Mississauga Road, north of Highway — Ward 6 (File C4W 13.4) 


54-2000 To declare surplus and authorize the sale of Block Z on Registered Plan M-281 
(Professor’s Lake Park) - 22, 24 and 26 Piccadilly Place (See Delegation E | and Report 
F 7) (File ) 


55-2000 To authorize the execution of a lease extending agreement with the Regional 
Municipality of Peel - Emergency Shelter for the Homeless — 52 Rutherford Road South 
(File B40) (See Report F 8). 


56-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended (Proposed Draft Plan of 
Subdivision and Application to amend the Zoning By-Law - EMC GROUP LIMITED 
(SAPPHIRE HOMES INC.) — west Side of McLaughlin Road, north side of Highway 7 
— Ward 6) (File C2W11.4/21T-99001B) 


57-2000 To establish certain lands as part of Main Street North (Part of Lot 4, Plan D12 - Part 1, 
Plan 43R-14236 (File P83) 


58-2000 To prevent the application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-1349 
(File P83) 


CARRIED 


CLOSED SESSION 


At 4:35 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C150-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Begley 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 
> personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board 


employees 


CARRIED 


Council moved in to Open Session at 5:45 p.m. 


Pp. CONFIRMING BY-LAW 


C151-2000 


2000 04 10 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor 


That By-law 59-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of April 10, 2000, be given the 


required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, and 
Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


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59-2000 To confirm the proceedings of the Regular Council Meeting held April 10, 2000 


CARRIED 


Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C152-2000 Moved by City Councillor Callahan 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, April 26, 2000 at 7:00 p.m., or at 


the call of the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 5:50 P.M. ON APRIL 10, 2000 


MAYOR PETER ROBERTSON 


L. J. MIKULICH, CITY CLERK 


2000 04 10 Page 36 of 36 


PRESENT 


ABSENT 


STAFF PRESENT Mr 


APRIL 17, 2000 —2:05 P.M. 


SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


Mayor Robertson 

Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley 
Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 — L. Bissell 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 — G. Miles 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6, and 10 — P. Palleschi 
City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 

City Councillor Ward 3 — B. Callahan 

City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 

City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 

City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton 

City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 

City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 

City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 

City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames 


City Councillor Ward | — B. Hunter (vacation) 
City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards (illness) 


. L. V. McCool, City Manager 
Mr. B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 
. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 


D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 


. A.D. 
. J. A. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 
.JLG. 


G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 


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A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C153-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the Agenda for the April 17, 2000 Special Meeting be approved as printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - nil 
C. CLOSED SESSION 
At 2:10 p.m., the following Resolution was passed: 
C154-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Begley 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 
> security of the property of the municipality or local board. 
CARRIED 


Council moved back in to Open Session at 4:20 p.m. 
D. RESOLUTION 
D1. Resolution - BRAMPTON HYDRO (File ). 


C155-2000 Moved by City Councillor Jeffrey 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


That the Incorporators and the interim Boards of Directors of Brampton Hydro Corporation and 
its subsidiary corporations Brampton Hydro Networks Inc., Brampton Hydro Energy Services 
Inc., and Brampton Hydro Fibre Inc., be increased to nine persons by the addition of Regional 
Councillor Susan Fennell. 
CARRIED 
E. BY-LAW 


C156-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


That By-law 60-2000 before Council at its Special Meeting of April 17, 2000, be given the 
required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, and 
Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 

60-2000 To confirm the proceedings for the Special Council Meeting held on April 17, 2000. 


CARRIED 


F. ADJOURNMENT 


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C157-2000 Moved by City Councillor Callahan 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


That this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, April 26, 2000 at 7:00 p.m., or at 
the call of the Mayor. 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 4:25 P.M. ON APRIL 17, 2000. 


MAYOR PETER ROBERTSON 


L. J. MIKULICH, CITY CLERK 


2000 04 17 Page 3 of 3 


APRIL 26, 2000 — 6:10 P.M. 


REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


PRESENT Mayor P. Robertson (arrived at 6:20 pm, left at 9:30 pm — 

Other Municipal Business) 

Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley 
(Acting Mayor from 6:10 pm to 6:20 pm, and from 
9:30 pm to adjournment at 9:35 pm) 

Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell 

Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 

Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 — G. Miles 

Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi 

City Councillor Ward | - B. Hunter 

City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey (arrived at 6:20 pm) 

City Councillor Ward 3 — B. Callahan 

City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 

City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson (left at 7:30 pm) 

City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton 

City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 

City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards 

City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 

City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 

City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames 


STAFF PRESENT Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 

Mr. R. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 

Ms. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 

Mr. A. D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 
Mr. J. A. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. J. G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 
Mr. P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services 
Mr. V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services 

Ms. K. Zammit, Deputy City Clerk, Legal Services 

Ms. W. Cooke, Legislative Coordinator, Legal Services 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


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CLOSED SESSION 
APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
CONSENT MOTION 
PROCLAMATIONS 
ANNOUNCEMENTS 
DELEGATIONS 

REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 
COMMITTEE REPORTS 
UNFINISHED BUSINESS 
CORRESPONDENCE 
RESOLUTIONS 

NOTICE OF MOTION 
PETITIONS 

OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 
TENDERS 

BY-LAWS 
ADJOURNMENT 


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At 6:10 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C158-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 
> security of the property of the municipality or local board; 
> personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board 
employees 
> labour relations or employee negotiations 
CARRIED 


Council recessed at 7:25 p.m. and moved in to Open Session at 7:30 p.m. 


A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C159-2000 


2000 04 26 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the Agenda for the April 26, 2000 Regular Council Meeting be approved as amended as 
follows: 


To defer the delegation of the St. Patrick’s Day Committee, re: CHEQUE PRESENTATION 
FOR NEW LIVE THEATRE — PROCEEDS FROM THE ST. PATRICK’S DAY 
FESTIVAL (File C00); and 


To add the following: 


E3. Mr. Lyle Blackburn, 10206 Chinguacousy Road, re: PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF 
SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - 
773665 ONTARIO LIMITED - WARD 6 (File C3W12.3/21T-98039B) (See Planning 
and Building Committee Recommendation PB111-2000 from April 17, 2000) 


E 4. Ms. Mae Luong, Lakeshore Group, re: MASONRY WALL —- DISCOVERY 
SUBDIVISION — PHASE II — WARD 2 (File C3E12.8) (See Reports H1, H1A and 
Correspondence I 12) 


H1 (b) Report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Corporation Counsel and Director of 
Enforcement, Legal Services, dated April 20, 2000, re: MASONRY WALL — 
DISCOVERY SUBDIVISION — PHASE IT — WARD 2 (File C3E12.8) 


H2. Discussion re: TORNORTH PLAN UPDATE (File C6E10.3) 

112. Correspondence from Mr. Rick Pennycooke, President, Lakeshore Group, dated April 
26, 2000, re: MASONRY WALL-DISCOVERY SUBDIVISION, PHASE II - 
WARD 2 —- TRINITY DEVELOPMENT GROUP INC. (File C3E12.8) 

113. Correspondence from Mr. Jack Brownwell, President, Canadian Seniors Games 


Association, dated April 10, 2000, re: INVITATION TO BID FOR THE 2002 
CANADIAN SENIOR GAMES (File C00). 


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114, Correspondence from Mr. Gary McNeil, Managing Director, dated April 14, 2000, re: 
IMPROVED GO SERVICE TO BRAMPTON (File T50). 


Ji. Resolution — Brampton Hydro Restructuring (File C35). 
To delete the following: 
By-law 70-2000 To prohibit train whistling at C.N. Crossing at Ward Road (FileT00/L00) 
By-law 71-2000 To prohibit train whistling at C.N. Crossing at Williams Parkway and at 
Automatic Road (File T00/L00) 
CARRIED 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
1. Regional Councillor Miles declared a conflict of interest with respect to the 2000 Capital and Current 
Budgets (Reports F1, Budget Committee Minutes G1 and G2) insofar as they pertain to the Brampton 
Library Board as her husband has a contract with the Brampton Library Board. 
2. City Councillor Jeffrey declared a conflict of interest with respect to the 2000 Capital and Current 
Budgets (Reports F1, Budget Committee Minutes G1 and G2) insofar as they pertain to the 
Community Services Department as her son is employed within that department. 
3. City Councillor Richards declared a conflict of interest with respect to 2000 Capital and Current 
Budgets (Reports F1, Budget Committee Minutes G1 and G2) insofar as they pertain to the Brampton 
Arts Council as his wife is the Executive Director of the Council. 
Cc, ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
Cl. REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING - April 10, 2000 


C160-2000 Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the Minutes of the Council Meeting held April 10, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 
2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 
C2. SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING — April 17, 2000 


C161-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the Minutes of the Special Council Meeting held April 17, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
April 26, 2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 


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That Council hereby approve 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: 


That the report from C. Connor, Corporation Counsel and Director of Real Estate Services, Legal 
Services, dated April 17, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: ONTARIO 
REALTY CORPORATION — DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION 21T-98005B AND 
TRANSFER OF LANDS FOR FINANCIAL DRIVE (File T4W13.5 and 21T-98005B) be 
received; and 


That By-law 62-2000 be enacted to authorize the acquisition, for a price of $2.00, of the part of 
Lot 13, Concession 4, West of Hurontario Street, in the former Township of Toronto, designated 
as Parts | and 3 to 7 both inclusive on a draft reference plan prepared by Tarasick, McMillan 
Limited, File No. 2232a, for the purposes of a future public highway and a 0.3 metre reserve. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated April 17, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: PEEL 
REGIONAL POLICE — RACE AGAINST RACISM — 5KM ROAD RACE - SATURDAY, 
MAY 20, 2000 (File W25) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the Peel Regional Police-Race against Racism, 5 km Road Race 
occurring Saturday, May 20, 2000, subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from R. Kester, Manager of Engineering Services, Works and Transportation and 
L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services, dated April 3, 2000, to the Council Meeting of April 
26, 2000, re: APPLICATION FOR LOAN UNDER THE TILE DRAINAGE ACT —- MR. AL 
FERRI - LOT 4, CONC. 5 W.HLS. (File F35) be received, and 


That By-law 63-2000 be passed to amend By-law 19-2000 for the Imposing of Special Annual 
Drainage Rates on the lands owned by Aldo and Barbara Ferri. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 12, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY- 
LAW — TEAM THREE — BRAMPTON 4-2 WEST LIMITED — EAST OF 
CHINGUACOUSY ROAD, BETWEEN STEELES AVENUE WEST AND QUEEN 
STREET WEST — WARD 4 (File C2W4.3) be received; and 


That By-law 64-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 200-82, as amended; 
and 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 12, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY- 
LAW — OZNER CORPORATION -SOUTHEAST QUADRANT OF CREDITVIEW ROAD 
AND HIGHWAY 7 — WARD 6 (File C3W10.4) be received; and 


That the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute related agreement(s); and 


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That By-law 65-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended; 
and 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 13, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 
PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - SPRUCE VALLEY HOMES -—428 RUTHERFORD 
ROAD NORTH — WARD 1 (File C2E9.7) be received; and 


That By-law 68-2000 be passed to adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-135; and 


That By-law 69-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended; 
and 


That it is hereby determined that in adopting Official Plan Amendment OP93-135, Council has 
regard to all matters of Provincial Interest and the Provincial Policy Statements as set out in 
Section 2 and 3(5) respectively of the Planning Act R.S.O., c.P.13, as amended; and 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


That the report from H. Coffey, Tax Manager, Corporate Services, dated April 13, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: TAX APPEALS - SECTION 447.26 & 442 OF THE 
MUNICIPAL ACT (File F95) be received; and 


That action initiated by the City Tax/Assessment Section staff not to schedule the hearing of the 
appeals be approved. 


That the correspondence from Paul Vezina, Commissioner of Social Services, Region of Peel, 
dated April 3, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: PROVISION OF INTERIM 
FUNDING — STE. LOUISE OUTREACH CENTRE (File C00) be received. 


That the correspondence from Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated April 
11, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: EXTENSION OF OPERATION OF 
SHELTER FOR MEN AT 52 RUTHERFORD ROAD/ESTABLISHMENT OF SHELTER 
AT REGION OF PEEL WORKS YARD ON COPPER ROAD (File L15) be received 


That the correspondence from Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated April 
12, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: HOUSING NEEDS AND OPTIONS OF 
OLDER ADULTS IN REGION OF PEEL — FINAL REPORT (File C00) be received. 


That the correspondence from Ava Macintyre, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel dated 
April 12, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: REQUEST TO MTO TO 
SIGNALIZE BOVAIRD DRIVE/HIGHWAY 410 SOUTHBOUND OFF- 
RAMP/IDENTIFICATION OF ON-SITE IMPROVEMENT AT TRINITY COMMON 
MALL TO IMPROVE TRAFFIC FLOW (File T17/P46) be received. 


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That the correspondence from the National Crime Prevention Centre, dated April 6, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, ree NATIONAL STRATEGY ON COMMUNITY 
SAFETY AND CRIME PREVENTION —- BULLETIN 1 (File C00) be received. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Paul Driver, Peel HIV/AIDS Network to the Council Meeting 
of April 26, 2000, re: PEEL HIV/AIDS NETWORK (PHAN) 6" ANNUAL AIDS WALK 
PEEL —- SEPTEMBER 24, 2000 (File C00) be received 


That the correspondence from the Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Municipal Affairs and 
Housing, dated April 13, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: DIRECT 
DEMOCRACY THROUGH MUNICIPAL REFERENDUMS ACT, 2000 (File G65) be 
referred to the Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor for a report to the 
Administration Finance Committee. 


That the correspondence from the City of Welland, dated April 4, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
April 26, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — REQUEST TO AMEND ASSESSMENT 
LEGISLATION — CULTURAL CLUBS/NON-PROFIT HALLS (File F70) be received. 


That the correspondence from R. J. Douglas, Town Clerk, Town of Richmond Hill, dated April 5, 
2000, re: RESOLUTION — AUTHORITY TO PROHIBIT ESTABLISHMENT OF 
BUSINESSES WHICH OFFER ADULT ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES (File W95/L24) 
be received. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Brian Knott, Director of Legal Services/Clerk, dated April 5, 
2000 to Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: RESOLUTION - PETITION TO RETAIN 
PRESENT MUNICIPAL OUTLET DRAINAGE GRANT PROGRAM AND TILE LOAN 
PROGRAM WITHOUT REDUCTIONS (File F35) be received 


That the report from J. Brophy, Director of Maintenance of Operations, Works and 
Transportation, dated April 14, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: CONTRACT 
2000-024 - MAJOR ROAD REPAIR (File F81) be approved; and 


That Contract 2000-024 be awarded to Fermar Paving Limited in the total revised amount of 
$3,819,794.39 being the most responsive and responsible bid received; and 


That staff be directed to ensure that the amount required for this contract is included in the Works 
and Transportation 2000 Current Budget, subject to approval of the 2000 Current Budget. 


PROCLAMATIONS 


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Proclamation — EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS WEEK - May 1-7, 2000 


Messrs. Dale Pyne, Manager of Asset Management, Community Services and Alain Normand, 
Emergency Measures Officer were in attendance to receive the proclamation. They advised that 
the City of Brampton performed a very successful Emergency Measures Exercise (Snowcone) on 
April 18, 2000. Mr. Pyne also advised that Mr. Normand will be hosting a Lunch and Learn 
Session on Emergency Preparedness for the City of Brampton Staff on May 1, 2000. 


Proclamation -MENTAL HEALTH WEEK - May 1-6, 2000 


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Ms. Sandy Maclakavic, Peel Mental Health Coalition, was in attendance to receive the 
proclamation. She advised that they would be seeking endorsement for their proposed housing 
facilities in June, 2000. 


Proclamation - MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AWARENESS WEEK - May 7 —13, 2000 
Mr. T. Carrothers, Chairperson, Brampton and Caledon Chapter, Multiple Sclerosis Society of 


Canada, was in attendance to receive the proclamation. He advised that the carnation campaign 
would be on May 14, 2000. 


ANNOUNCEMENTS - nil 


E. DELEGATIONS 


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Optimist Club, re: CHEQUE PRESENTATION FOR C.A.R.E PROGRAM (File R45). 


Mr. John Spry and Ms. Janet Lewis, Brampton Optimist Club presented a cheque to Ms. Sharon 
Bonello, Coordinator Special Needs Programs, Community Services on behalf of the C.A.R.E. 
(Creating Available Recreation for Everyone) Program. Ms. Bonello advised that the funds would 
be allow less fortunate children to participate in City of Brampton recreation programs. 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the delegation of Mr. John Spry and Ms. Janet Lewis, Brampton Optimist Club to the 
Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: CHEQUE PRESENTATION FOR C.A.R.E. 
PROGRAM (File R45) be received; and 


That sincere thanks be given for their significant and generous contribution to the C.A.R.E. 
Program. 
CARRIED 


St. Patrick’s Day Committee, re: CHEQUE PRESENTATION FOR NEW LIVE THEATRE — 
PROCEEDS FROM THE ST. PATRICK’S DAY FESTIVAL (File C00). 


This matter was deferred. 


Mr. Lyle Blackburn, 10206 Chinguacousy Road, re: PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF 
SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - 773665 
ONTARIO LIMITED - WARD 6 (File C3W12.3/21T-98039B) (See Planning and Building 
Committee Recommendation PB111-2000 from April 17, 2000) 


Mr. Lyle Blackburn, 10206 Chinguacousy Road, expressed concern regarding access to his 


property, as the abutting lands are being developed. He questioned whether the right-in right-out 
restrictions of those abutting lands will apply to his land. 


Mr. J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, advised that the restrictions would not 
be implemented until any commercial development on his property had been completed, and 


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suggested, to give Mr. Blackburn assurances in this regard, that Planning & Building Committee 
Recommendation PB1 11-2000 be amended to make specific provision. 


Planning & Building Committee Recommendation PB111-2000 was extracted from the April 17, 
2000 Planning & Building Committee Minutes and dealt with at this time. 


Moved by City Councillor Hutton 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the delegation of Mr. Lyle Blackburn, 10206 Chinguacousy Road to the Council Meeting of 
April 26, 2000, re: PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION 
TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - 773665 ONTARIO LIMITED - WARD 6 (File 
C3W12.3/21T-98039B) be received; and 


That the report from K. Ash, Manager of Development Services, Planning and Building 
Department, dated April 10, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 17, 
2000, re: PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - 773665 ONTARIO LIMITED - WARD 6 (File 
C3W12.3/21T-98039B) be received; and, 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval, the applicant shall prepare a preliminary display 
map of the subdivision to be posted in a prominent location in each sales office where homes in 
the subdivision are being sold. The map shall contain the applicable information prescribed 
within the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of Draft Approval for Residential Plans 
of Subdivision as it pertains to Sales Office Community Information Maps; and, 


That Planning and Building Committee recommend approval of the subject application and staff 
be authorized to issue the notice of draft plan approval, subject to the following: 


1. any necessary red-line revisions to the draft plan identified by staff; and, 


2. all conditions contained in the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of Draft 
Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivisions, or derivatives or special applications of said 
conditions, as determined by the Commissioner of Planning and Building. 


3. that access from the property located at 10206 Chinguacousy Road shall be restricted to right- 
in, right-out access only when the property is developed for commercial purposes. 


CARRIED 


Ms. Mae Luong, Lakeshore Group, re: MASONRY WALL — DISCOVERY SUBDIVISION 
PHASE II — WARD 2 (File C3E12.8) (See Reports H1, H1A and Correspondence I 12) 


Ms. Mae Luong, Lakeshore Group, representing Trinity Development Group Inc, owners of the 
Trinity Common plaza at Bovaird Drive and Highway 410, and adjacent to the Discovery 
Subdivision Phase II, advised that her office had recently become aware of discussions with 
respect to the boundary fencing between the subdivision and the commercial development. She 
indicated her client has no concerns with regards to the materials for the proposed masonry wall 
fence as there would not appear to be any negative affects on the operations of the plaza. She also 
advised her client is not prepared to participate in any cost sharing for the proposed wall in that 
such costs are not required under any agreements for this development and that in accordance with 
City policy, the fence is the responsibility of the developer of the subdivision. 


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Discussion took place with regards to the internal and external traffic concerns of the plaza. Ms. 
Luong advised that the Lakeshore Group will be meeting with staff from the Region of Peel and 
the City of Brampton to address the these concerns. 


Unfinished Business Item H1 and Correspondence Item I12 were brought forward and dealt with 
at this time. 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the delegation of Ms. Mae Luong, Lakeshore Group to the Council Meeting of April 26, 
2000, re: MASONRY WALL —- DISCOVERY SUBDIVISION PHASE II — WARD 2 (File 
C3E12.8) be received; and 


That the report from B. Lee, Director Urban Design and Zoning, dated April 10, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: MASONRY WALL — DISCOVERY SUBDIVISION 
PHASE II (File C3E12.8), be received; and 


That Condition 25 of draft approval for the Draft Plan 21T-98029B related to the wall 
requirement along the south side of the land be revised to: 


“Prior to the occupancy of any dwelling units on Blocks 91 and 97 both inclusive, the 
applicant shall construct a heavy precast wall in accordance with a specification 
satisfactory to the City of Brampton, along the south boundaries of Blocks 91 and 97 
where they abut the Regional Commercial Centre.”; and 


That staff be directed that the wall shall be constructed on the property limits between Discovery 
Subdivision and Trinity Commercial Development; and 


That the City of Brampton Fencing Policy be amended to the effect that a masonry wall shall be 
provided by the commercial development when it abuts a vacant land designated for low and 
medium density residential use in the Secondary Plan; and 


That Report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Corporation Counsel and Director of Enforcement, Legal 
Services, dated April 20, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: MASONRY WALL 
— DISCOVERY SUBDIVISION — PHASE IT — WARD 2 (File C3E12.8) be received; and 


That the correspondence from Mr. Rick Pennycooke, President, Lakeshore Group to the Council 
Meeting of April 26, 2000, dated April 26, 2000, re: MASONRY WALL-DISCOVERY 
SUBDIVISION, PHASE II —- WARD 2 —- TRINITY DEVELOPMENT GROUP INC. (File 
C3E12.8) be received. 

CARRIED 


F. REPORTS FROM OFFICIALS 


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Report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, dated April 19, 2000, re: 2000 
CURRENT AND CAPITAL BUDGETS (File F25/F26/F27/F28) 

(See Committee Reports G1 — Budget Committee Minutes of February 28 and 29, 2000 and G2 — 
Budget Committee Minutes of April 3, 4 and 12, 2000). 


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The following conflicts of interest were declared with respect to the 2000 Capital and Current 
Budgets (Reports F1, Budget Committee Minutes G1 and G2): 


1. Regional Councillor Miles - insofar as they pertain to the Brampton Library Board as her 
husband has a contract with the Brampton Library Board. 


2. City Councillor Jeffrey - insofar as they pertain to the Community Services Department as her 
son is employed within that department. 


3. City Councillor Richards - insofar as they pertain to the Brampton Arts Council as his wife is 
the Executive Director of the Council. 


Regional Councillor G. Miles, Chair, Budget Committee, presented the 2000 Current and Capital 
Budgets and highlighted the following: 
The Budget Mission 
The Budget Objectives 
Building a better Brampton 
Budget Philosophy 
Budget Implications 
Complimentary Programs 
Capital Budget Drivers 
Economic Development, Community Services, Corporate Services, Legal Services and 
Works and Transportation Capital Budgets 
Total Year 2000 Capital Budget 
Current Budget Drivers 
Salaries and Wages 
Inflation of Cost of Goods 
Growth-Related Impacts 
Development Charges Act 
Mayor and Council, City Manager, Community Services, Corporate Services, Legal Services, 
Planning and Building, Works and Transportation 2000 Current Budgets 
Total Year 2000 Current Budget 
The Management Team and Budget Committee recommendations of: 
Capital Expenditures of $39.4 million 
Current Expenditures of $180.2 million 
Total Tax Impact of 0% 


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Mr. B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services responded to questions and advised that the 
2% cash-in-lieu of parkland for industrial development is to be reinstated and that a report in this 
regard is expected to be available for the Council Meeting scheduled to be held May 8, 2000. 


Regional Councillor Miles expressed her thanks for the efforts of the Budget Committee, 
Management Team and Budget Team. She highlighted the extraordinary efforts of Dan Martens, 
Financial Analyst, Corporate Services, Bonnie Eskelson, Manager of Financial Planning, 
Corporate Services and also thanked Brian Johnston, Communications Specialist, Corporate 
Services for his assistance in the preparation of the Budget material. 


Mr. L. McCool, City Manager, paid special tribute to Mr. P. Caine, Chief Financial 
Officer/Treasurer on an outstanding job in preparing this year’s budgets. He noted that with Mr. 
Caine’s pending retirement, the year 2000 would be his “last budget”. Mr. Caine advised that he 
has enjoyed working for the City of Brampton and he is very proud of the staff he has had the 
privilege of working with. 


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C166-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, dated April 19, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, ree CURRENT AND CAPITAL BUDGETS - 2000 (File 
F25) be received; and 


That the 2000 Current Budget be approved as printed in the Official Budget and as summarized in 
Appendix A of the subject report, excluding the 2000 Current Budget for the Brampton Public 
Library; and 


That the 2000 Capital Budget be approved as printed in the Official Budget and as summarized in 
Appendix B of the subject report, excluding the 2000 Capital Budget for the Brampton Public 
Library; and 


That the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be authorized to make all necessary transfers from 
Reserve Funds to Capital Funds in accordance with Appendix B of the subject report, as and when 
required; and 


That The Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be authorized to make all necessary transfers to and 
from Reserves and Reserve Funds as required by the Current Budget; and 


That the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be authorized to establish two new Reserve Funds, 

(a) An Operating Development Charges Reserve Fund, for the purpose of accumulation the 
10% non-Development Charge funding for growth projects as required by the amended 
Development Charges Act, and 

(b) A Maintenance Infrastructure Reserve Fund, to provide for increased asset maintenance 
and replacement needs identified in the Reserve Adequacy Study now underway; and 


That the Minutes of the Budget Committee Meeting of February 28 and 29, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of April 26, 2000, Recommendations BC001-2000 to BCO11-2000, be approved as 


printed and circulated. 

That the Minutes of the Budget Committee Meeting of April 3, 4 and 12, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 

April 26, 2000, Recommendations BC012-2000 to BC051-2000, be approved as printed and circulated 
CARRIED 


C167-2000 Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Begley 


That the 2000 Capital and Current Budget for the Brampton Public Library Board be approved as 

printed in the Official Budget as summarized in the report dated April 19, 2000 from P. Caine, 

Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer considered by Council at its meeting of April 26, 2000. 
CARRIED 


The recommendations of the Budget Committee (February 28 and 29, and April 3, 4 and 12, 
2000) were approved as follows: 


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BC001-2000 


BC002-2000 


BC003-2000 


BC004-2000 


BC005-2000 


BC006-2000 


BC007-2000 


BC008-2000 


BC009-2000 


BC010-2000 


BC011-2000 


BC012-2000 


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That the Agenda for the Budget Committee Meeting of February 28 and 29, 2000, be approved as 
amended to add the Election of a different Vice-Chair, and to add Item Fl - ANNOUNCEMENT 
OF FEDERAL BUDGET — INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING. 


That City Councillor Grant Gibson be elected as Vice-Chair of the Budget Committee. 


That the report from L. V. McCool, City Manager, dated February 24, 2000, to the Budget 
Committee at its meeting of February 28/29, 2000, re: 2000 CAPITAL BUDGET REVIEW 
(File F25/F26) be received. 


That the 2000 Capital Budget for the Economic Development Department be approved as printed 
in the Working Draft dated February 25, 2000 considered by Budget Committee on February 
28/29, 2000. 


That the 2000 Capital Budget for the Community Services Department be approved as amended in 
the Working Draft dated February 25, 2000, considered by Budget Committee on February 28/29, 
2000 to include the acquisition of Dalton Lane. 


That the 2000 Capital Budget for the Brampton Public Library be approved as printed in the 
Working Draft dated February 25, 2000 considered by Budget Committee on February 28/29, 
2000. 


That the 2000 Capital Budget for the Corporate Services Department be approved as printed in the 
Working Draft dated February 25, 2000 considered by Budget Committee on February 28/29, 
2000. 


That the 2000 Capital Budget for the Legal Services Department be approved as printed in the 
Working Draft dated February 25, 2000 considered by Budget Committee on February 28/29, 
2000. 


That the 2000 Capital Budget for the Works and Transportation Department be approved as 
printed in the Working Draft dated February 25, 2000, considered by Budget Committee on 
February 28/29, 2000, as amended to provide that the project for the reconstruction of 
Chinguacousy Road from Steeles Avenue West to Drinkwater Road be substituted for that section 
from Queen Street West to Major William Sharpe Drive. 


That the Budget Committee moved into Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 
> security of the property of the municipality or local board. 


That the Budget Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, April 3, 2000 at 9:00 a.m. 
or at the call of the Chair. 


That the Agenda for the Budget Committee Meeting of April 3, 4 and 12, 2000, be approved as 
amended to add: 


C2 Report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services dated March 23, 2000, re: 
CAPITAL BUDGET - FIRE SUPPRESSION AGENT AND APPLICATOR (File 
DO0). 


C3 Report from B. Hay, Manager of Parks Operations, Community Services dated, March 


31, 2000 re: CAPITAL BUDGET - FLOWER BED LOCATIONS ADJACENT TO 
BRAMPTON STREETS (File R22) 


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BC014-2000 


BCO015-2000 


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BC016-2000 


BC017-2000 


BC018-2000 


BC019-2000 


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C4. Verbal Report from A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, re: 
CAPITAL BUDGET - EXTENSION OF HIGHWAY 410 (File T17). 


C5 Memo to Regional Councillor Palleschi, dated March 22, 2000, re: RESPONSE TO 
QUESTIONS, RE: 2000 CAPTIAL BUDGET 


C6. Memorandum from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services, addressed to L. McCool, 
City Manager, dated April 6, 2000, re: BUDGET REQUEST - CAPITAL AND 
CURRENT OPERATING COSTS — FIRE VEHICLES (File D00) 


C7. Report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated April 12, 2000, re: FUNDING FOR 2000 TRAFFIC SIGNAL 
PROGRAM (File T36). 

C8. Report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and 


Transportation, dated April 12, re: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES —- MCVEAN 
DRIVE (File F85) be received. 


C9. Report from A. MacMillan Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated April 10, 
2000, re: KEN WHILLANS DRIVE EXTENSION (File T16) 


C10. Report from Dan Martens, Financial Planning Analyst, Corporate Services dated April 3, 
2000, re: FINANCIAL STRATEGIES FOR 10% OPERATING CONTRIBUTION 
TO GROWTH-RELATED CAPITAL COSTS (File F00). 


C11. Report from Dan Martens, Financial Planning Analyst, Corporate Services, dated April 
5, 2000, rr: DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT CHARGES INCENTIVES (File F85). 


C12. Report from J. G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor, dated 
April 6, 2000, re: URBAN SERVICE AREA (File G00). 


That the Minutes from the Budget Committee Meeting of February 28 and 29, 2000 be approved 
as printed and circulated. 


That $135,000.00 be approved, in principle for the flowerbed installations in 2000 and that staff 
report on efforts to provide funding for this purposes from partnerships, seed money and money 
from service clubs as well as departmental sources. 


That the 2000 Capital Budget be amended to approve the lease of automated 
tabulation equipment for the 2000 Municipal Election at an estimated cost of $295,000. 


That the 2000 Capital Budget be amended to delete capital funding of $595,000 for the acquisition 
of automated tabulation equipment 


That the proposed extension of Ken Whillans Drive be deferred to be discussed at Capital Budget 
deliberations on a yearly basis. 


That the cost of protection at the Canadian National Railway crossing located at Williams 
Parkway and North Park spur be added to the Capital Budget until such time as it is determined 
who will pay the final cost. 


That the Works & Transportation Capital Budget be amended to correct the clerical error 
regarding funding reserves for the traffic signals at Red Maple and McLaughlin Road. 


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BC020-2000 


BC021-2000 


BC022-2000 


BC023-2000 


BC024-2000 


BC025-2000 


LOST 


BC026-2000 


BC027-2000 


BC028-2000 


BC029-2000 


2000 04 26 


That the following documents considered by Budget Committee Meeting of April 3, 4 and 12, 

2000 be received: 

> Responses and related presentations regarding questions raised during the Budget Committee 
Meeting of February 28/29, 2000 

> Report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services dated March 23, 2000, considered by 
Budget Committee Meeting of April 3, 2000, re: FIRE SUPPRESSION AGENT AND 
APPLICATOR (File D00) 

> Report from B. Hay, Manager of Parks Operations, Community Services dated, March 31, 
2000, re: FLOWER BED LOCATIONS ADJACENT TO BRAMPTON STREETS (File 
ROO) 

> Verbal report from A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, re: 
INCREASED COSTS - EXTENSION OF HIGHWAY 410 (File T17) 

> Memorandum addressing questions raised by Regional Councillor Palleschi during an 
informal meeting to review the 2000 Capital Budget (File F25) 


That the Legal Services Department request that Canadian National Railway: 


> provide a copy of the City funded study regarding the CN Crossing at Williams Parkway 
and North Park Drive, and 
> install crossing protection at that location; 


And that CN be advised that the City will pursue legal action if these requests are not met. 


That the City of Brampton staff work with the Region of Peel with regards to the funding for 
medical emergency equipment for the Fire and Emergency Services Division. 


That the Commissioner of Works and Transportation review the funding sources for the 
reconstruction of McVean Drive to ensure that all funds available through Development Charges 


are allocated for that purpose. 


That a portion of the annual funding provided by the Rotary Club for Gage Park be allocated to 
repay the capital costs of fencing included in the 2000 Capital Budget. 


That the matter of street sweeping in the downtown core be referred to the 
committee reviewing the beautification of the downtown area. 


That the 2000 Capital Budget be approved as amended by Budget Committee at its meetings of 
February 28/29, 2000 and April 3, 4 and 12, 2000; and 


That staff be given authority to take all necessary actions to give effect of the foregoing. 


That the report from L. V. McCool, City Manager to the Budget Committee Meeting of April 3, 4 
and 12, 2000, re: 2000 CURRENT BUDGET REVIEW (File F25/F26) be received. 


That the 2000 Current Budget for the Brampton Library Board be approved as printed in the 
Working Draft dated April 3, 2000 considered by Budget Committee on April 3, 4 and 12, 2000. 


That the 2000 Current Budget for the Brampton Arts Council be approved as be approved as 


printed in the Working Draft dated April 3, 2000 considered by Budget Committee on April 3, 4 
and 12, 2000; and. 


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BC030-2000 


BC031-2000 


BC032-2000 


BC034-2000 
LOST 


BC035-2000 


BC036-2000 


BC037-2000 


BC038-2000 


BC039-2000 


BC040-2000 


BC041-2000 


2000 04 26 


hat the City of Brampton agree to underwrite any potential deficit of the Brampton Arts Council to 
a maximum of $26,000 and that a contingency for this purpose be established within “Other 
Government”. 


That the 2000 Current Budget for Economic Development be approved as printed in the Working 
Draft dated April 3, 2000 considered by Budget Committee on April 3, 4 and 12, 2000. 


That the 2000 Current Budget for Internal Management And Consulting Services be approved as 
printed in the Working Draft dated April 3, 2000 considered by Budget Committee on April 3, 4 
and 12, 2000. 


That the 2000 Current Budget for the City Manager’s Office, Mayor’s Office and Council Office 
be approved as printed in the Working Draft dated April 3, 2000 considered by Budget Committee 
on April 3, 4 and 12, 2000. 


That Budget Committee Recommendation BC29-2000, regarding the approval of 
he 2000 Current Budget for the Brampton Arts Council, be re-opened. 


That the memorandum from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services, addressed to L. McCool, 
City Manager, dated April 6, 2000, re: BUDGET REQUEST - CAPITAL AND CURRENT 
OPERATING COSTS — FIRE VEHICLES, be received. 


That the Chinguacousy Ski Hill Operations remain in the 2000 Current and Capital Budgets until 
such time as the Chinguacousy Park Master Plan is adopted; and 


That the capital dollars be allocated from Reserve 6 and that if necessary the appropriate accounts 
be amended. 


That the 2000 Current Budget for the Community Services be approved as amended by Budget 
Committee on April 12, 2000. 


That the following documents considered by Budget Committee at its meeting of April 3, 4 and 
12, 2000 be received: 


C7. Report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated April 12, 2000, re: FUNDING FOR 2000 TRAFFIC SIGNAL 
PROGRAM (File T36). 

C8. Report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and 


Transportation, dated April 12, re: DEVELOPMENT CHARGES —- MCVEAN 
DRIVE (File F85) be received. 

C9. Report from A. MacMillan Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated April 10, 
2000, re: KEN WHILLANS DRIVE EXTENSION (File T16) 


That the 2000 Current Budget for Works and Transportation be approved as printed in the 
Working Draft dated April 3, 2000 considered by Budget Committee on April 3, 4 and 12, 2000. 


That the 2000 Capital Budget for the Works and Transportation Department be amended to 
reallocate the $435,000 originally for Ken Whillans Drive extension to the re-construction of 


Chinguacousy Road between Steeles Avenue West and Drinkwater Road. 


That the 2000 Current Budget for Planning and Building be approved as printed in the Working 
Draft dated April 3, 2000 considered by Budget Committee on April 3, 4 and 12, 2000. 


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BC042-2000 


BC043-2000 


BC044-2000 


BC045-2000 


BC046-2000 


BC047-2000 


BC048-2000 


BC049-2000 


BC050-2000 


BC051-2000 


2000 04 26 


That the 2000 Current Budget for Corporate Services be approved as printed in the Working Draft 
dated April 3, 2000 considered by Budget Committee on April 3, 4 and 12, 2000. 


That the 2000 Current Budget for Legal Services be approved as printed in the Working Draft 
dated April 3, 2000 considered by Budget Committee on April 3, 4 and 12, 2000. 


That the 2000 Current Budget for Other Government be approved as printed in the Working Draft 
dated April 3, 2000 considered by Budget Committee on April 3, 4 and 12, 2000. 


That the report from D. Martens, Financial Planning Analyst, Corporate Services dated April 3, 
2000 to the Budget Meeting of April 3, 4, and 12, 2000, re: FNANCIAL STRATEGIES FOR 
10% OPERATING CONTRIBUTION TO GROWTH-RELATED CAPITAL COSTS (File ) 
be received; and 


That a hybrid of the Funding Scenarios as detailed in the report dated April 3, 2000 from D. 
Martens, Financial Planning Analyst, Corporate Services be implemented as the long term 
financial strategy to meet the requirements of the Development Charges Act, 1997; and 


That the one-time funding of $800,000 from 1999 Supplementary Taxes be an Operating 
Contribution to the Growth-related Capital Costs as it relates to the provisions outlined in the 
Development Charges Act, 1997 in the Year 2000. 


That the report from Dan Martens, Financial Planning Analyst, Corporate Services, dated April 5, 
2000 to the Budget Committee Meeting of April 3, 4 and 12, 2000, re: DOWNTOWN 
DEVELOPMENT CHARGES INCENTIVES (File F85) be received. 

That the report from J. G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor, dated April 
6, 2000 to the Budget Committee Meeting of April 3, 4 and 12, 2000, re: URBAN SERVICE 
AREA (File ) be received. 


That the “Community Improvement Program” and “Facade Improvement Loans” be initiated in 
the Year 2001 in time to coincide with the construction of the proposed Theatre and Square; and 


That provisions in this regard be planned for in the Year 2001 Budget; and 

That staff prepare a report on the above-noted Programs. 

That consideration of the four (4) staff proposed for the Council Office be dealt with in May, 
2000. 


That the 2000 Current Budget be approved, as amended by Budget Committee at its meetings of 
April 3, 4 and 12, 2000 at a 0% increase to the City of Brampton Tax Rate; and 


That staff be given the authority to take all necessary actions to give effect to the foregoing. 


That the Budget Committee do now adjourn to meet again at the call of the Chair. 


CARRIED 


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* Fo: 
* F3. 
“ F4. 
* FS. 
* F6. 
F7. 
C168-2000 
2000 04 26 


Report from C. Connor, Corporation Counsel and Director of Real Estate Services, Legal 
Services, dated April 17, 2000, re: ONTARIO REALTY CORPORATION — DRAFT PLAN 
OF SUBDIVISION 21T-98005B AND TRANSFER OF LANDS FOR FINANCIAL DRIVE 
(File T4W 13.5 and 21T-98005B) (See By-law 62-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated April 17, 2000, re: PEEL REGIONAL POLICE — RACE AGAINST RACISM — 5KM 
ROAD RACE — SATURDAY, MAY 20, 2000 (File W25). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Report from R. Kester, Manager of Engineering Services, Works and Transportation and L. J. 
Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services, dated April 3, 2000, Works and Transportation, re: 
APPLICATION FOR LOAN UNDER THE TILE DRAINAGE ACT — MR. AL FERRI — 
LOT 4, CONC. 5 W.HLS. (File F35) (See By-law 63-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 12, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW -— TEAM THREE — BRAMPTON 4- 
2 WEST LIMITED — EAST OF CHINGUACOUSY ROAD, BETWEEN STEELES 
AVENUE WEST AND QUEEN STREET WEST — WARD 4 (File C2W4.3) (See By-law 64- 
2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 12, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW — OZNER CORPORATION — 
SOUTHEAST QUADRANT OF CREDITVIEW ROAD AND HIGHWAY 7 — WARD 6 
(File C3W 10.4) (See By-law 65-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 

Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 13, 2000, 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW -— 284 
ORENDA ROAD - WARD 8 (File C3E2.5) (See By-laws 66-2000 and 67-2000) 

Direction was given 

That the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer investigate to ensure that the appropriate tax 


rate is applied for industrial buildings that have been converted to commercial. 


Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 


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F 10. 


C169-2000 


2000 04 26 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 13, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW -— 284 ORENDA ROAD — WARD 8 (File C3E2.5) be received; and 


That By-law 66-2000 be passed to adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-134; and 


That By-law 67-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended; 
and 


That it is hereby determined that in adopting Official Plan Amendment OP93-134, Council has 
regard to all matters of Provincial Interest and the Provincial Policy Statements as set out in 
Section 2 and 3(5) respectively of the Planning Act R.S.O., c.P.13, as amended; and 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


CARRIED 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 13, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - SPRUCE 
VALLEY HOMES -428 RUTHERFORD ROAD NORTH — WARD 1 (File C2E9.7) (See By- 
laws 68-2000 and 69-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Report from H. Coffey, Tax Manager, Corporate Services, dated April 13, 2000, re: TAX 
APPEALS - SECTION 447.26 & 442 OF THE MUNICIPAL ACT (File F95). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Report from A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated April 19, re: 
PROHIBIT TRAIN WHISTLING AT THE C.N. CROSSINGS LOCATED AT WARD 
ROAD, AT WILLIAMS PARKWAY AND AT AUTOMATIC ROAD 

(File T00/L00) 


It was noted that the staff report recommended the passing of “anti-whistling” by-laws at these 
sites; however, Mr. J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor, advised that his 
office in researching the related process, noted that a public process is necessary. He 
recommended that, rather than authorizing the enactment of by-laws, the resolution to be passed 
by Council direct that notice be given of the City’s intention to pass the necessary anti-whistling 
by-laws as required by the Railway Safety Act. 


Mr. A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, confirmed that a copy of the 


Consultants Review of Williams Parkway and Ward Road CN Crossings Study conducted in 
March, 1998, has now been provided to his office. 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


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That the report from A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated April 19, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: PROHIBIT TRAIN WHISTLING AT THE 
C.N. CROSSINGS LOCATED AT WARD ROAD, AT WILLIAMS PARKWAY AND AT 
AUTOMATIC ROAD (File T00/L00) be received; and 


That the Commissioner of Works and Transportation be directed to submit an application for anti- 
whistling on the North Park Spur Line to Transport Canada including all relevant documentation; 


and 


That staff be directed to give notice of the City’s intention to pass the necessary anti-whistling by- 
laws as required by the Railway Safety Act, as soon as possible; and 


That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Canadian National Railway. 


CARRIED 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


Gl. 


G2. 


2000 04 26 


Minutes - BUDGET COMMITTEE -— February 28 and 29, 2000 


1. Regional Councillor Miles declared a conflict of interest with respect to the 2000 Capital and 
Current Budgets (Reports F1, Budget Committee Minutes G1 and G2) insofar as they pertain 
to the Brampton Library Board as her husband has a contract with the Brampton Library 
Board. 


2. City Councillor Jeffrey declared a conflict of interest with respect to the 2000 Capital and 
Current Budgets (Reports F1, Budget Committee Minutes G1 and G2) insofar as they pertain 
to the Community Services Department as her son is employed within that department. 


3. City Councillor Richards declared a conflict of interest with respect to 2000 Capital and 


Current Budgets (Reports F1, Budget Committee Minutes G1 and G2) insofar as they pertain 
to the Brampton Arts Council as his wife is the Executive Director of the Council. 


DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM F 1, RESOLUTION C166-2000 


Minutes - BUDGET COMMITTEE -— April 3, 4 and 12, 2000 


1. Regional Councillor Miles declared a conflict of interest with respect to the 2000 Capital and 
Current Budgets (Reports F1, Budget Committee Minutes G1 and G2) insofar as they pertain 
to the Brampton Library Board as her husband has a contract with the Brampton Library 
Board. 


2. City Councillor Jeffrey declared a conflict of interest with respect to the 2000 Capital and 
Current Budgets (Reports F1, Budget Committee Minutes G1 and G2) insofar as they pertain 
to the Community Services Department as her son is employed within that department. 


3. City Councillor Richards declared a conflict of interest with respect to 2000 Capital and 
Current Budgets (Reports F1, Budget Committee Minutes G1 and G2) insofar as they pertain 


to the Brampton Arts Council as his wife is the Executive Director of the Council. 


DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM F1, RESOLUTION C166-2000 


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G3. 


C170—2000 


PB110-2000 


PB111-2000 


PB112-2000 


PB113-2000 


2000 04 26 


Minutes - PLANNING AND BUILDING COMMITTEE — April 17, 2000 


Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 


That the Minutes of the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of April 17, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of April 26, 2000, Recommendations PB1 10-2000 to PB1 18-2000, be approved as amended to 
delete Recommendation PB111-2000 as it was dealt with under Delegation E 3, Resolution C164-2000. 


CARRIED 
The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Planning & Building Committee Meeting dated April 17, 2000, be 
approved as printed. 


Deleted — See Resolution C164-2000 — dealt with under Delegation E 3. 


That the report N. Grady, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated April 
6, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 17, 2000, re: 
HOUSEKEEPING ZONING AMENDMENT - GUGLIETTI BROTHERS 
INVESTMENTS LIMITED - WARD 6 (File C2W14.1/21T-98028B) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to submit the housekeeping amending zoning by-law to City Council for 
enactment. 


That the report from N. Grady, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
April 5, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 17, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - 
SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. - WARD 10 (File C4E15.2) be received; and, 


That the application be approved and staff be directed to prepare the appropriate documents for 
the consideration of City Council, subject to the following conditions: 


1. The Official Plan Amendment shall amend the Sandringham-Wellington Secondary Plan 
land use schedule to: 


(a) add a symbolic “Separate High School” and “Institutional (Church)” designation 
in accordance with Map | of this report; 


(b) delete the “Medium Density Residential” designation located on the south side of 
the first designated collector road that is south of Countryside Drive on the east 
side of Dixie Road 


(c) delete the “Neighbourhood Commercial’, “Highway Commercial” designations 
located on the north side of the first designated collector road that is south of 
Countryside Drive on the east side of Dixie Road. 


2, The lands designated “Separate High School” as shown on Map | of this report shall be 


rezoned from an “Agricultural (A) zone category to an Institutional One (I1) zone 
category as per Comprehensive Area Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended. 


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3. Development of the site designated “Separate High School” shall be subject to a 
development agreement that shall contain the following provisions: 


a) Prior to the issuance of a building permit, a site development plan, fencing plan, 
landscape plan, grading and drainage plan, elevation cross section drawings, a 
fire protection plan and engineering and servicing plans shall be approved by 
the City and the Region of Peel, according to their areas of jurisdiction, and 
appropriate securities shall be deposited with the City and the Region to ensure 
implementation of these plans in accordance with the City’s site plan review 


process. 

b) The applicant shall grant easements to the appropriate authorities as may be 
required, for the installation of utilities and municipal services to service the 
lands. 

c) The applicant shall agree that all lighting on the site shall be designed and 
oriented to minimize glare on abutting properties and streets. 

d) All mechanical roof top units shall be screened to the satisfaction of the City. 

e) The applicant shall agree that on-site waste collection shall be provided through 


a private waste hauler. 


f) The applicant shall make arrangements satisfactory to the Region of Peel for the 
gratuitous conveyance of a road widening along Dixie Road sufficient to secure 
22.5 metres from the centreline of Dixie Road. 


g) The applicant shall agree to convey 0.3 metre reserves to the Region of Peel 
along Dixie Road, except at approved access locations. 


h) The applicant shall make arrangements satisfactory to the Region of Peel for the 
provision of 15 metre daylight triangles at the future east/west collector road 
intersection and Dixie Road. 


i) Prior to the issuance of a building permit, the applicant shall make arrangements 
satisfactory to the City and the Region of Peel for access to the subject lands. 


j) The applicant shall agree to file the necessary applications to re-locate the 
Neighbourhood Commercial and Highway Commercial uses displaced as a part 
of this application to the south-east quadrant of Countryside Drive and Dixie 
Road without reducing the size of these designations and to file and prepare a 
draft subdivision application and amendment to the Secondary Plan, and agree 
to finalize said applications up to and including an Ontario Municipal Board 
hearing, if necessary. 


PB114-2000 That the report from R. Nykyforchyn, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated March 31, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 17,, 2000, re: 
OMNIBUS (HOUSEKEEPING) ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - THE 
CORPORATION OF THE CITY - WARD 10 (File GO2BR) be received; and 


That Planning and Building Committee continue to recommend approval of the application 
subject to the conditions approved by City Council at their meeting on February 14, 2000; and, 


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PB115-2000 


PB116-2000 


2000 04 26 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, as amended, 
Council hereby determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed 


by-law. 


That the report from R. Nykyforchyn, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated March 31, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of April 17, 2000, re: 
DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 
PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - PELLIZZARI ET. AL. - WARD 2 (File C1E17.18/21T- 
99004B) be received; and, 


That Planning and Building Committee continue to recommend approval of the application, 
subject to the conditions approved by City Council at their meeting on January 31, 2000, with the 
exception of the following: 


(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


Condition (C)2. shall be amended, by deleting the requirement for a minimum 
rear yard building setback of 12.5 metres for lots backing onto Hurontario 
Street; 


Condition (C)3., pertaining to the requirement for the sales office display map to 
be approved prior to draft plan approval, shall be deleted, and replaced with a 
condition of draft plan approval that requires the sales office display map to be 
approved prior to the sale of any dwelling units and prior to the opening of the 
sales office; 


The following new condition of approval shall be added: 


“Prior to draft approval, a Cost Share Agreement for the road extension shall be 
prepared for the benefiting land owners in the area, and shall be executed to the 
satisfaction of the City. This agreement shall ensure the equitable cost share 
distribution for both land value and the construction cost of Street “A”, from 
Roycrest Street through to Dokkum Crescent. In addition, this agreement shall 
include the cost of constructing and removing a temporary cul-de-sac turning 
circle in the event that the road is not constructed in its entirety through to 
Dokkum Crescent.” 


Condition (C)4., shall include the following non-standard conditions of draft 
approval: 


“Prior to registration, the applicant shall sign the Land Owners Cost Share 
Agreement (or other named document), and provide the City with a written 
acknowledgement from the Trustee appointed pursuant to the agreement, that 
the applicant has signed the agreement and has delivered the deeds or made the 
payments required by the agreement, and that the plan may be released for 
registration.” 


“The City agrees to waive the requirement for the applicant to provide financial 
compensation (ie. 1,800 per lot) for the cost of front ending the construction of 
Colonel Bertram Road.” 


That the report from B. Lee, Director, Urban Design and Zoning, Planning and Building 
Department, dated April 10, 2000, re: MASONRY WALL - DISCOVERY SUBDIVISION, 


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PHASE II - WARD 2 (File C3E12.8/B44FE) be referred to the City Council meeting of April 
26, 2000; and, 


That a report from Legal staff be provided to Council regarding the cost sharing of the noise 
barrier between property owners, with particular regard to the provisions of The Line Fences Act. 


PB117-2000 That staff review previous reports on this matter and prepare a new report in this regard and 
present it to a future Planning and Building Committee meeting, re: BUILDERS 
REQUIREMENTS FOR SALES PAVALIONS. 


PB118-2000 That the Planning & Building Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, May 1, 2000 
at 7:00 p.m. or at the call of the Chair. 


G4. Minutes - WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE - April 19, 2000 


C171-2000 Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the Minutes of the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of April 19, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of April 26, 2000, Recommendations WT031-2000 to WT038-2000, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 

CARRIED 


WT031-2000 That the Agenda for the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting dated April 19, 2000, be 
approved as printed and circulated. 


WT032-2000 That the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, dated April 11, 2000, to 
the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of April 19, 2000, re: WORKS AND 
TRANSPORTATION REPORT FOR MARCH 2000 (File G24) be received. 


WT034-2000 That the report from M.J. Parks, Traffic Operations Supervisor, Works and Transportation 
Department, dated April 5, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of April 
19, 2000, re: ON-STREET PARKING CONCERNS — VAN KIRK DRIVE — WARD 2 (File 
T37) be received; and, 


That a by-law be passed to amend Traffic By-Law 93-93, as amended, to implement “No Parking” 
on the east side of Van Kirk Drive between Highway #7 and a point 150 metres north of Canam 
Crescent/Regan Road. 


WT035-2000 That the report from R.D. Glover, Traffic Superintendent, Works and Transportation Department, 
dated April 5, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of April 19, 2000, re: 
“PINK PARKING STALLS?” (File T39) be received; and, 


That “Pink Parking Stalls” not be installed in the City Hall Parking Garage. 

WT036-2000 — That the Report from M.J. Parks, Traffic Operations Supervisor, Works and Transportation 
Department, dated April 5, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of April 
19, 2000, re: ALL-WAY STOP —- JORDAN BOULEVARD AT JAYFIELD 
ROAD/JEFFERSON ROAD —- WARD 11 (File T37) be received; and, 


That a by-law be passed to amend Traffic By-Law 93-93, as amended, to implement an All-Way 
Stop at the intersection of Jordan Boulevard at Jayfield Road/Jefferson Road. 


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WT037-2000 


SC041-2000 


SC042-2000 


SC043-2000 


SC044-2000 


SC045-2000 


2000 04 26 


That the MINUTES OF THE BRAMPTON SAFETY COUNCIL MEETING OF APRIL 6, 
2000 (File G26), to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of April 19, 2000, be 
approved as printed and circulated. 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Brampton Safety Council Meeting dated April 6, 2000 be approved, as 
amended, to add: 


5.6 Correspondence from Ms. Maria Vitale, 11 Mapleview Avenue, Brampton, dated March 
28, 2000, re: RELOCATION OF CROSSING GUARD FROM BLUE OAK 
AVENUE/DEERGLEN DRIVE AND FERNFOREST DRIVE TO BLACK OAK 
DRIVE/BLACK FOREST DRIVE AND FERNFOREST DRIVE — WARD 10 (File 
G26) 


5.7 Correspondence from Ms. Jackie Del Balso, School Block Parent Representative, St. 
John Bosco School Advisory Council, dated April 4, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR 
REDUCTION IN SPEED LIMIT ON NORTH PARK DRIVE (BETWEEN 
BRAMALEA ROAD AND TORBRAM ROAD) — WARD 11 (File G26) 


5.8 Correspondence (e-mail) from Mr. Gerry Cockburn, Principal, St. Maria Goretti School, 
dated April 4, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE WITH KISS AND RIDE 
PROGRAM — ST. MARIA GORETTI CATHOLIC SCHOOL — WARD 6 (File 
G26) 


6.3 Motion re: FLUORESCENT YELLOW/GREEN AND BLACK “SCHOOL 
CROSSING” SIGNS (File G26) 


6.4 Discussion re: SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD APPRECIATION LUNCH — JUNE 
20, 2000 (File G26). 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of March 2, 2000, to the Brampton 
Safety Council Meeting of April 6, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


That the delegation of Ms. Jacky Kennedy, Coordinator, Active and Safe Routes to School, 
Greenest City, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of April 6, 2000, re: WALKING 
SCHOOL BUS (File G26) be received; and, 


That the “Go for Green — Active and Safe Routes to School” video and printed resource material, 
presented to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of April 6, 2000, be received. 


That the verbal report of Paula Woodgate, Chair, Brampton Safety Council, to the Brampton 
Safety Council Meeting of April 6, 2000, re: KISS AND RIDE PROGRAM - DORSET 
DRIVE PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 9 (File G26) be received. 


That the correspondence from Mrs. M. Morizio, Vice-Principal, St. Stephen Catholic School, 
dated March 8, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of April 6, 2000, re: REQUEST 
FOR SAFETY INSPECTION OF ST. STEPHEN CATHOLIC SCHOOL KISS AND RIDE 
PROGRAM — WARD 2 (File G26) be received; and, 


That a site inspection be scheduled. 


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SC046-2000 


SC047-2000 


SC048-2000 


SC049-2000 


SC050-2000 


SC051-2000 


2000 04 26 


That the correspondence from the Community Safety Councils of Ontario, undated, to the 
Brampton Safety Council Meeting of April 6, 2000, re: COMMUNITY SAFETY COUNCILS 
OF ONTARIO — ANNUAL MEETING - MAY 1, 2000 — KITCHENER (File G26) be 
received; and, 


That the Community Safety Councils of Ontario be informed that the Brampton Safety Council 
will not be sending a representative to the Annual Meeting in 2000. 


That the correspondence (e-mail) from B. Hay, Manager of Parks Operations, Recreation 
Planning, Development and Parks Operations, Community Services Department, to the Brampton 
Safety Council Meeting of April 6, 2000, re: WALKWAY ACCESS TO MEMORIAL ARENA 
FROM ELLIOTT STREET — WARD 4 (File G26) be received. 


That the following correspondence, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of April 6, 2000, re: 
RELOCATION OF CROSSING GUARD FROM BLUE OAK AVENUE/DEERGLEN 
DRIVE AND FERNFOREST DRIVE TO BLACK OAK DRIVE/BLACK FOREST DRIVE 
AND FERNFOREST DRIVE — WARD 10 (File G26) be received: 

(a) from Ms. J. Bergie, 329 Fernforest Drive, Brampton, dated March 28, 2000 

(b) from Ms. Maria Vitale, 11 Mapleview Avenue, Brampton, dated March 28, 2000; and 


That the crossing guard be reinstated at Blue Oak Avenue/Deerglen Drive and Fernforest Drive 
for the remainder of the 2000 school year; and, 


That a further evaluation of the crossing guard locations along Fernforest Drive between Blue Oak 
Avenue/Deerglen Drive and Black Oak Drive/Black Forest Drive, be undertaken in September 
2000. 


That the correspondence from Ms. A. Allwood, 33-35 Malta Avenue, Brampton, dated March 29, 
2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of April 6, 2000, re: LOCATION OF 
CROSSING GUARD —- NORTHWEST CORNER OF MALTA AVENUE AND RAY 
LAWSON BOULEVARD (File G26) be received; and, 


That the Peel Regional Police be requested to visit the three area schools (Cherrytree Public 
School, St. Kevin’s Catholic School, and Fletcher’s Creek Public School) and provide education 
sessions on safe school crossing procedures. 


That the correspondence from Ms. Jackie Del Balso, School Block Parent Representative, St. John 
Bosco School Advisory Council, dated April 4, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of 
April 6, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR REDUCTION IN SPEED LIMIT ON NORTH PARK 
DRIVE (BETWEEN BRAMALEA ROAD AND TORBRAM ROAD) — WARD 11 (File G26) 
be received; and, 


That the Works and Transportation Department be requested to proceed as required to reduce the 
speed limit to 40 km in the school zone on North Park Drive between Bramalea Road and 
Torbram Road. 


That the correspondence (e-mail) from Mr. Gerry Cockburn, Principal, St. Maria Goretti School, 
dated April 4, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of April 6, 2000, re: REQUEST 
FOR ASSISTANCE WITH KISS AND RIDE PROGRAM - ST. MARIA GORETTI 
CATHOLIC SCHOOL — WARD 6 (File G26); and, 


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That a Kiss and Ride Training Program be set up. 


SC052-2000 That the telephone request from Mrs. Prassad, 46 Horn Drive, Brampton, to the Works and 
Transportation Department of March 7, 2000, considered at the Brampton Safety Council Meeting 
of April 6, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR SCHOOL CROSSWALK — KINGSWOOD DRIVE 
PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 1 (File G26) be received; and, 


That a site inspection be scheduled. 


SC053-2000 That the report of V. Smereka, Crossing Guard Supervisor, Works and Transportation with 
respect to the telephone request from Mrs. Fleury, 44 Marchbank Crescent, to the Works and 
Transportation Department of March 29, 2000, considered at the Brampton Safety Council 
Meeting of April 6, 2000, re: PARKING ISSUES - MARCHBANK CRESCENT AND 
MASSEY STREET (File G26) be received; and, 


That this matter be referred to Parking Enforcement, with a request that an enforcement blitz be 
undertaken for a two-week period and the results be reported back to the Brampton Safety 
Council at the earliest possible time. 


SC054-2000 WHEREAS a significant number of municipalities have converted their “School Crossing” signs 
from the colours blue and white to fluorescent yellow/green and black; and, 


WHEREAS the Town of Caledon and the Region of Peel have also made this conversion; and, 
WHEREAS for reasons of public safety a consistency should be discussed and considered; and, 


WHEREAS the use of fluorescent yellow/green and black signs is not recommended in The 
Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (Ontario); and, 


WHEREAS municipalities need to consider any and all potential liabilities of converting signage 
without proper authority; 


THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that a letter be submitted to the Ontario Ministry of 
Transportation to reinforce the importance of a speedy report on the feasibility of converting 
and/or making the necessary amendments to legislation to permit the converting of School 
Crossing signs to the highly visible and prominent fluorescent yellow/green and black signs. 


SC055-2000 That authorization be granted for an expenditure of up to $2,000.00 from the Works and 
Transportation budget for this purpose to cover the cost of the School Crossing Guard 
Appreciation Lunch to be held on Friday, June 30, 2000. 


SC056-2000 That the Site Inspection Report dated March 6, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of April 
6, 2000, re: GORDON GRAYDON SENIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 1 — Monday, March 6, 
2000 (File G26), be received; and, 


That Brampton Transit be requested to relocate its existing bus stop from south of the school driveway to 
one post north of the school driveway; and, 


That Brampton Fire and Emergency Services be requested to review “Fire Route” signage on the inner 
edge of the sidewalk in front of the school; and, 


That the driveway at the front of the school be painted with Kiss and Ride lanes and directional arrows; 
and, 


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SC057-2000 


SC058-2000 


WT038-2000 


That the two existing “handicapped” parking spaces be moved up two spots to allow vehicular traffic to 
safely turn around. 


That the Site Inspection Report dated March 9, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of 
April 6, 2000, re: HAROLD F. LOUGHIN PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 1 - Thursday, March 
9, 2000 (File G26), be received; and, 


That the existing “No Stopping” signs on the south side of Herkley Drive be changed to “No 
Parking” from house #25 Herkley Drive to the stop sign; and, 


That the driveway be used as a Kiss and Ride Driveway with a turning circle at the rear of the 
school; and, 


That, if possible, another Kiss and Ride lane be installed on the school property in front of the 
school. 


That the Brampton Safety Council do now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, May 4, 2000, at 
9:30 a.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


That the Works and Transportation Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, May 
17, 2000, at 1:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 


H1. 


H2. 


C172-2000 


2000 04 26 


(a) Report from B. Lee, Director Urban Design and Zoning, dated April 10, 2000, re: 
MASONRY WALL - DISCOVERY SUBDIVISION PHASE II (File C3E12.8) 


(b) Report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Corporation Counsel and Director of Enforcement, 
Legal Services, dated April 20, 2000, re: MASONRY WALL - DISCOVERY 
SUBDIVISION — PHASE II — WARD 2 (File C3E12.8) 


DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E 4, RESOLUTION C165-2000 


Discussion re: TORNORTH HOLDINGS LIMITED PLAN UPDATE (File C6E10.3) 


In response to questions, Mr. J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building advised that 
the staff report with respect to the Tornorth Holdings Limited development has not been 
completed as comments are outstanding from some of the outside agencies. 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That a status report for Tornorth Holdings Limited (File C6E10.3) be prepared for the May 1, 
2000 Planning and Building Committee Meeting; and 


That the Recommendation Report for the Tornorth Holdings Limited plan be prepared for the 


May 8, 2000 Council Meeting. 
CARRIED 


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I. CORRESPONDENCE 


* 11. 


14. 


16. 


C173-2000 


2000 04 26 


Correspondence from Paul Vezina, Commissioner of Social Services, Region of Peel, dated April 
3, 2000, re: PROVISION OF INTERIM FUNDING - STE. LOUISE OUTREACH CENTRE 
(File C00) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Correspondence from Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated April 11, 2000, 
re: EXTENSION OF OPERATION OF SHELTER FOR MEN AT 52 RUTHERFORD 
ROAD/ESTABLISHMENT OF SHELTER AT REGION OF PEEL WORKS YARD ON 
COPPER ROAD (File L15). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Correspondence from Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated April 12, 2000, 
re: HOUSING NEEDS AND OPTIONS OF OLDER ADULTS IN REGION OF PEEL — 
FINAL REPORT (File C00). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Correspondence from Ava Macintyre, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel dated April 12, 
2000, re: REQUEST TO MTO TO SIGNALIZE BOVAIRD DRIVE/HIGHWAY 410 
SOUTHBOUND OFF-RAMP/IDENTIFICATION OF ON-SITE IMPROVEMENT AT 
TRINITY COMMON MALL TO IMPROVE TRAFFIC FLOW (File T17). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 
Correspondence from the National Crime Prevention Centre, dated April 6, 2000, re: 


NATIONAL STRATEGY ON COMMUNITY SAFETY AND CRIME PREVENTION — 
BULLETIN 1 (File C00). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Correspondence from Mr. Michael Gagnon, Gagnon, Law and Bozzo Urban Planners Limited, 
dated March 24, 2000, re: RECOGNITION OF STAFF — MS EVELEEN PLANT — 
COUNCIL OFFICE (File H26). 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the correspondence from Mr. Michael Gagnon, Gagnon, Law and Bozzo Urban Planners 
Limited, dated March 24, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: RECOGNITION 
OF STAFF —- MS EVELEEN PLANT — COUNCIL OFFICE (File H26) be received. 


CARRIED 


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* 17. 
* 18. 
* 19, 
* 110. 
* LLL. 
112. 
113. 
174-2000 
2000 04 26 


Correspondence from Mr. Paul Driver, Peel HIV/AIDS Network, re: PEEL HIV/AIDS 
NETWORK (PHAN) 6'" ANNUAL AIDS WALK PEEL — SEPTEMBER 24, 2000 (File 
C00). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Correspondence from the Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, 
dated April 13, 2000, re: DIRECT DEMOCRACY THROUGH MUNICIPAL 
REFERENDUMS ACT, 2000 (File G65). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Correspondence from the City of Welland, dated April 4, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — REQUEST 
TO AMEND ASSESSMENT LEGISLATION — CULTURAL CLUBS/NON-PROFIT 
HALLS (File F70). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Correspondence from R. J. Douglas, Town Clerk, Town of Richmond Hill, dated April 5, 2000, 
re: RESOLUTION — AUTHORITY TO PROHIBIT ESTABLISHMENT OF BUSINESSES 
WHICHOFFER ADULT ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES (File W95/L24). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Correspondence from Mr. Brian Knott, Director of Legal Services/Clerk, dated April 5, 2000, re: 
RESOLUTION - PETITION TO RETAIN PRESENT MUNICIPAL OUTLET DRAINAGE 
GRANT PROGRAM AND TILE LOAN PROGRAM WITHOUT REDUCTIONS (File 
F35). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 

Correspondence from Mr. Rick Pennycooke, President, Lakeshore Group, dated April 26, 2000, 
re: MASONRY WALL-DISCOVERY SUBDIVISION, PHASE II — WARD 2 — TRINITY 
DEVELOPMENT GROUP INC. (File C3E12.8) 

DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATION E 4, RESOLUTION C165-2000 

Correspondence from Mr. Jack Brownell, President, Canadian Seniors Games Association, dated 
April 10, 2000, re: INVITATION TO BID FOR THE 2002 CANADIAN SENIOR GAMES 
(File C00). 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the correspondence from Mr. Jack Brownell, President, Canadian Senior Games Association, 


dated April 10, 2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: 2002 CANADIAN SENIOR 
GAMES (File C00) be referred to the Commissioner of Community Services. 


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C175-2000 


CARRIED 


Correspondence from Mr. Gary McNeil, Managing Director, GO Transit, dated April 14, 2000, 
re: IMPROVED GO SERVICE TO BRAMPTON (File T50). 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the correspondence from Mr. Gary McNeil, Managing Director, GO Transit, dated April 14, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: IMPROVED GO SERVICE TO 
BRAMPTON (File T50) be received. 

CARRIED 


J. RESOLUTIONS 


Ji. 


C176-2000 


Resolution, re: BRAMPTON HYDRO RESTRUCTURING (File C35) (See By-law 61-2000) 
This matter was added pursuant to Closed Session discussions. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the Shareholder Declaration governing the Interim Board of Directors for Brampton Hydro 
Corporation and its subsidiaries to be incorporated under the Business Corporations Act (Ontario) 
pursuant to the Electricity Act, 1998 (Ontario), be approved, and 


That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute the Shareholders Declaration. 


That Transfer By-law 61-2000 governing the transfer of employees, assets, liabilities, rights and 
obligations of the Brampton Hydro-Electric Commission and the Corporation of the City of 
Brampton in respect of the distribution and retailing of electricity to a corporation and its 
subsidiaries to be incorporated under the Business Corporations Act (Ontario) pursuant to section 
142 of the Electricity Act, 1998 (Ontario), be approved and enacted in Open Council. 


That the City hold a Public Meeting on Wednesday, June 14, 2000, at 7:00 p.m., with respect to 
the Brampton Hydro restructuring. 
CARRIED 


K. NOTICES OF MOTION - nil 


L. PETITIONS - nil 


M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS - nil 


2000 04 26 


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N. TENDERS 


* Nl. 


Report from J. Brophy, Director of Maintenance of Operations, Works and Transportation, dated 


April 14, 2000, re: CONTRACT 2000-024 - MAJOR ROAD REPAIR (File F81). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


oO. BY-LAWS 


C177-2000 


2000 04 26 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


61-2000 To transfer the employees, assets, liabilities, rights and obligations of the Brampton- 
Hydro Electric Commission and of the Corporation of the City of Brampton in respect of 
the distribution and retailing of electricity to a corporation and its subsidiary corporations 
to be incorporated under The Business Corporations Act (Ontario) pursuant to Section 
142 of the Electricity Act, 1998 (Ontario) (File C35). 


62-2000 To authorize the acquisition of certain lands from her Majesty the Queen in Right of 
Ontario - ONTARIO REALTY CORPORATION — DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION 
21T-98005B AND TRANSFER OF LANDS FOR FINANCIAL DRIVE (File T4W13.5 
and 21T-98005B) (See Report F 2) 


63-2000 To impose special annual drainage rates upon land in respect of which money is 
borrowed under the Tile Drainage Act_and to repeal By-law 19-2000 - APPLICATION 
FOR LOAN UNDER THE TILE DRAINAGE ACT — MR. AL FERRI —- LOT 4, CONC. 
5 W.HLS. (File F35) (See Report F 4) 


64-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 200-82, as amended - APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW — TEAM THREE —- BRAMPTON 4-2 WEST 
LIMITED — EAST OF CHINGUACOUSY ROAD, BETWEEN STEELES AVENUE 
WEST AND QUEEN STREET WEST —WARD 4 (File C2W4.3) (See Report F 5). 


65-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended - APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW — OZNER CORPORATION — SOUTHEAST 
QUADRANT OF CREDITVIEW ROAD AND HIGHWAY NO. 7 — WARD 6 (File 
C3W10.4) (See Report F 6). 


66-2000 To adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-134 - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — CANDEVCON -— 284 ORENDA ROAD 
— WARD 8 (File C3E2.5) (See Report F 7 and By-law 67-2000) 


67-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended - APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — CANDEVCON —284 
ORENDA ROAD — WARD 8 (File C3E2.5) (See Report F 7 and By-law 66-2000) 


68-2000 To adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-135 - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - SPRUCE VALLEY HOMES — 428 
RUTHERFORD ROAD NORTH — WARD 1 (File C2E9.7) (See Report F 8 and By-law 
69-2000) 


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69-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended - APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - SPRUCE VALLEY 
HOMES — 428 RUTHERFORD ROAD NORTH — WARD 1 (File C2E9.7) (See Report 
F 8 and By-law 68-2000) 


70-2000 To prevent the application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-1360 
(File P83) 


71-2000 To prevent the application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-1360 
(File P83 


72-2000 To appoint Municipal By-law Enforcement Officers and to repeal By-law 228-99 (File 
G15) 


73-2000 To appoint Municipal Law Enforcement Officers — Weed Inspectors - and to repeal By- 
law 161-99 (File G15) 


74-2000 To amend By-law 102-94 which appoints officers to enforce parking on private property 
and to repeal By-law 205-99 (File G15). 


75-2000 To establish certain lands as part of the public highway known as Royal Orchard Drive 
(File P10/X00). 


76-2000 To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended — STOP SIGNS, THROUGH HIGHWAYS 
(File T37). 


77-2000 To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended — NO PARKING (File T37) 
78-2000To amend Traffic By-law 93-93-as amended — U-TURNS (File T37) 


79-2000To prevent the application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-1349 
(File P83) 


80-2000To prevent the application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-1349 
(File P83) 


81-2000To prevent the application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-1378 
(File P83) 


82-2000 To confirm the proceedings for the Regular Council Meeting held April 26, 2000 


P. ADJOURNMENT 


C178-2000 


2000 04 26 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 


That this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, May 8, 2000 at 1:00 p.m., or at the 


call of the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


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THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:35 P.M. ON APRIL 26, 2000 


REGIONAL COUNCILLOR RHODA BEGLEY, 
ACTING MAYOR 


KATHRYN ZAMMIT, DEPUTY CITY CLERK 


2000 04 26 Page 34 of 34 


MAY 8, 2000 — 12:36 P.M. 


REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


PRESENT Mayor P. Robertson 
Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley 
Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell (left at 4:10 p.m.- personal reasons) 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 — G. Miles 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi 
City Councillor Ward 1 - B. Hunter 
City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 
City Councillor Ward 3 — B. Callahan 
City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 
City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 
City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton (arrived at 1:25 p.m.) 
City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 
City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards 
City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak (left at 2:20 p.m. — personal reasons) 
City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 


ABSENT City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames - vacation 


STAFF PRESENT Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 

Mr. R. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 

Ms. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 

Mr. A. D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 

Mr. P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services 

Mr. V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services 

Mr. C. Connor, Corporation Counsel and Director of Real Estate Services, Legal 
Services, Acting Commissioner of Legal Services 

Mr. J. Corbett, Director of Development Services, Planning and Building, Acting 
Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services 

Ms. W. Cooke, Legislative Coordinator, Legal Services 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


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CLOSED SESSION 
APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
CONSENT MOTION 
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CLOSED SESSION 


At 12:36 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C179-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 
> litigation or potential litigation , including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting 
the municipality or local board 
> personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board 
employees 
CARRIED 


Council recessed at 1:20 p.m. and moved in to Open Session at 1:25 p.m. 


A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C180-2000 


2000 05 08 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the Agenda for the May 8, 2000 Regular Council Meeting be approved as amended as 
follows: 


To add the following: 


E2. Delegations, re: RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND 
THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, AND PROPOSED DRAFT 
PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — TORNORTH HOLDINGS LIMITED — PART OF 
LOT 10, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. —- WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) (See Report F 22) 
1. Mr. Neil Davis, Davis, Webb Schulze and Moon 
2. Mr. Don Given, Malone, Given Parsons Limited. 


F20. Report from D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development, dated May 8, 2000, re: 
INTER-REGIONAL AGREEMENT REGARDING THE SALE OF WATER 
FROM PEEL TO YORK REGION: AN ECONOMIC/FINANCIAL REVIEW 
FOR THE CITY OF BRAMPTON (File G25). 


F21. Report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated May 3, 2000, re: 
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE 2008 OLYMPIC BID 
COMMITTEE FOR USE OF THE BRAMPTON CENTRE FOR SPORTS AND 
ENTERTAINMENT (File M42). 


F 22. Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated May , 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 
PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, AND PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF 
SUBDIVISION — TORNORTH HOLDINGS LIMITED — PART OF LOT 10, 
CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. — WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) (See Delegation E 2). 


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F 23. Report from City Councillor B. Cowie, Chair, Governance Restructuring Committee, 
dated May 2, 2000, re: CITIZEN APPOINTMENTS TO THE GOVERNANCE 
RESTRUCTURING COMMITTEE (File G26). 


12. Correspondence from Mr. James Harbell, Stikeman and Elliot, Barristers and Solicitors, 
re: RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, AND PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF 
SUBDIVISION — TORNORTH HOLDINGS LIMITED — PART OF LOT 10, 
CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. — WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) (See Delegation E 2 and Report 


F 22). 
CARRIED 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
1; Mayor Robertson declared a conflict of interest with respect to Delegation E 2, Report F 22 and 


Correspondence Item I3, re: RECOMMENDATION REPORT —- APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, AND PROPOSED DRAFT 
PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — TORNORTH HOLDINGS LIMITED — PART OF LOT 10, 
CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. —- WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) as his family has been a part owner of 
Tempson Holdings since 1968 and have a possible real estate interest with Tornorth Holdings 
Limited. 


C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


Ci. REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING — April 26, 2000 


C181-2000 Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by Regional Councillor 


That the Minutes of the Council Meeting held April 26, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 8, 
2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 


D. CONSENT MOTION 


That Council hereby approve 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: 


a F 2. That the report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, dated April 26, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, ree AUTHORIZATION TO PERMIT A RETAINING 
WALL ON CITY LANDS — 8305 MCLAUGHLIN ROAD (File L00) be received; and 
That By-law 83-2000 be passed to authorize the entering into an agreement permitting the 
encroachment of a retaining wall on City property (8305 McLaughlin Road). 


* F 3. That the report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, dated April 20, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: TRANSFER OF EASEMENT TO THE CITY OF 


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BRAMPTON - PART LOT 6, CONC. 5 E.H.S. AND TRANSFER TO THE CITY OF 
BRAMPTON - PART LOT 6, CONC. 5 E.H.S., DESIGNATED AS PARTS 1-7, PLAN 43r- 
23939 - GROVELAND PARKETTE (File ) be received; and 


That By-law 84-2000 be passed to authorize the acquisition of an easement over Part of Lot 6, 
Concession 5 E.H.S. and the acquisition of Parts 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7, Plan 23939 also known as 
Groveland Parkette. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 28, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: HOUSEKEEPING ZONING AMENDMENT - 
GUGLIETTI BROTHERS INVESTMENTS LIMITED — EAST SIDE OF 
CHINGUACOUSY ROAD, NORTH OF TRANSCANADA PIPELINE EASEMENT — 
WARD 6 (File C2W 14.1) be received; and 


That By-law 85-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88; and 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


That the report from A. Pritchard, Real Estate Coordinator, Legal Services, dated April 28, 2000 
to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: FANZORELLI’S PATIO LEASE ON CLOSED 
UP PORTION OF QUEEN STREET WEST (File L15) be received; and 


That a lease amending agreement with 850333 Ontario Inc. operating as Fanzorelli’s be 
authorized thereby allowing the continued operation of a sidewalk patio until April 30, 2003, with 
no restriction on months of operation, provided that the City may terminate the lease at any time 
upon three months prior notice to Fanzorelli’s; and 


That By-law 86-2000 be passed authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to execute all documents 
approved by the City Solicitor that in his opinion are necessary to effect the agreement authorized 
by this By-law. 


That the report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: 
APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - SNELGROVE 
PLAZA INC. — FAILURE TO APPROVE APPLICATION — WARD 2 (File C1E17.20) be 
received; and 


That Council confirm the actions of the City Clerk who has forwarded the Notice of Appeal to the 
Ontario Municipal Board. 


That the report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: 
APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - 903287 ONTARIO 
LIMITED IN TRUST — FAILURE TO APPROVE THE APPLICATION — WARD 10 (File 
C9E8.6) be received; and 


That Council confirm the actions of the City Clerk who has forwarded the Notice of Appeal to the 
Ontario Municipal Board. 


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That the report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: 
APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT - OP93-132 AND 
ZONING BY-LAW 40-2000 — WARD — WARD 5 (File C1E15.42) be received; and 


That Council confirm the actions of the City Clerk who has forwarded the Notice of Appeal to the 
Ontario Municipal Board. 


That the report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: 
APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — GIUSEPPE AND 
TERESA CALAUTTI - FAILURE TO APPROVE APPLICATION — WARD 10 (File 
C9E8.7) be received; and 


That Council confirm the actions of the City Clerk who has forwarded the Notice of Appeal to the 
Ontario Municipal Board. 


That the report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: 
APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND DRAFT PLAN 
OF SUBDIVISION — DIANE LIVINGSTON, EDITH ERWIN AND PAUL ERWIN - 
FAILURE TO APPROVE APPLICATION — WARD 10 (File C9E9.2) be received; and 


That Council confirm the actions of the City Clerk who has forwarded the Notice of Appeal to the 
Ontario Municipal Board. 


That the report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: 
APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — 1026447 ONTARIO 
LIMITED - FAILURE TO APPROVE APPLICATION — WARD 10 (File C9E8.8) be 
received; and 


That Council confirm the actions of the City Clerk who has forwarded the Notice of Appeal to the 
Ontario Municipal Board. 


That the report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: 
APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — 1262120 ONTARIO 
LIMITED - FAILURE TO APPROVE APPLICATION — WARD 10 (File C9E8.5) be 
received. 


That Council confirm the actions of the City Clerk who has forwarded the Notice of Appeal to the 
Ontario Municipal Board. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, dated May 1, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: BIG BROTHERS OF PEEL — REGION ROAD 


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CLOSURE REQUEST —- RUTHERFORD ROAD — ORENDA ROAD AND CLARENCE 
STREET (File W25) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the Big Brothers of Peel Region Soap Box Derby occurring 
Sunday, May 28, 2000 and Sunday September 24, 2000, subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, dated May 1, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: CHURCH OF GOD PARADE —- SATURDAY MAY 
13, 2000 (File W25) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the Church of God Parade occurring on Saturday, May 13, 2000, 
subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: AN APPEAL BY KARL VON BLOEDAU OF THE 
COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT’S APPROVAL OF MINOR VARIANCE 
APPLICATION A40/00 — 8416 CHINGUACOUSY ROAD — WARD 6 (File A40/00) be 
received; and 


That Planning and Building and Legal Services staff be directed to attend the May 26, 2000 
Ontario Municipal Board Hearing respecting application A40/00 in support of the Committee of 
Adjustment’s decision to approve this application. 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000, re: AN 
APPEAL BY ANDREA ALLAN AND STUART ALLAN OF THE COMMITTEE OF 
ADJUSTMENT’S APPROVAL OF MINOR VARIANCE APPLICATION A42/00, AS 
AMENDED —- 70 MCCAUL STREET — WARD 1 (FILE A42/00). 


That Planning and Building and Legal Services staff be directed to attend the May 26, 2000 
Ontario Municipal Board Hearing respecting application A42/00 in support of the Committee of 
Adjustment’s decision to approve this application as amended. 


That the report from P. Honeyborne, Controller and Deputy Treasurer, dated May 1, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: SUMMARY OF SALE OF CITY ASSETS IN 1999 
(File F12) be received. 


That the correspondence from Mr. John LeMaistre, Executive Director/City Clerk, City of 
Nepean, undated to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — PROVINCIAL 
DELEGATION TO MUNICIPALITIES TO REGULATE THE USE OF PESTICIDES 
(File G00) be received. 


PROCLAMATIONS 


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Proclamation - NATIONAL PUBLIC WORKS WEEK - May 21-27, 2000 


Mr. A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation and Mr. G. Marshall, Director of 
Transit, Works and Transportation were present to receive the proclamation. Mr. G. Marshall 


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highlighted the various activities the City of Brampton has planned for National Public Works 
Week. 


ANNOUNCEMENTS 


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Announcement, re: RECOGNITION OF LEN MIKULICH, CITY CLERK, LEGAL 
SERVICES RECEIVING THE DESIGNATION OF MASTER MUNICIPAL CLERK 
FROM THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MUNICIPAL CLERKS (File A00). 


Mayor Robertson presented Len Mikulich, City Clerk with a certificate and pin from the 
International Institute of Municipal Clerks for his achieving the designation of Master Municipal 
Clerk. Mayor Robertson advised that he is only the 4" Municipal Clerk in Ontario to achieve this 
designation and congratulated him on this achievement. 


Announcement, re: AWARD PRESENTATION TO VERRALL CLARK, FIRE CHIEF, 
COMMUNITY SERVICES, BY THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL FIRE PREVENTION 
ASSOCIATION (File D00). 


Mr. Brian Maltby, Director of Fire Prevention, Fire and Emergency Services and Mr. George 
Hitchcock, Director of Community Relations, Fire and Emergency Services highlighted the 
achievements and their reasons for nominating Verrall Clark, Fire Chief, Fire and Emergency 
Services for the Fire Chief of the Year Award through the Ontario Municipal Fire Prevention 
Association. They indicated that he came in second place, and how proud the City of Brampton 
was of him. 


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Delegations re: CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY ROLLER BLADE-A-THON - SUNDAY 

MAY 28, 2000: 

1: Mr. Steve Wilson, Supervisor of Special Services, Community Services 

2. Mr. Rob van Kessell, Rotary Club of Brampton, Event Chairperson 

3. Ms. Jennifer Kennett, Fundraising Coordinator, Canadian Cancer Society — Brampton- 
Caledon Branch, 

4. Mr. Murray Jose, Unit Manager, Canadian Cancer Society — Brampton-Caledon Branch 


Mr. Rob van Kessell, Rotary Club of Brampton and Event Chairperson spoke on behalf of the 
delegations and advised that the Canadian Cancer Society Roller Blade-A-Thone will be held on 
May 23, 2000 at Gage Park . He advised that there will be food, entertainment and prizes for 
participants and their families. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the following delegations to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000 re: CANADIAN 
CANCER SOCIETY ROLLER BLADE-A-THON - SUNDAY MAY 28, 2000 be received; 
and 

5. Mr. Steve Wilson, Supervisor of Special Services, Community Services 


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6. Mr. Rob van Kessell, Rotary Club of Brampton, Event Chairperson 
7. Ms. Jennifer Kennett, Fundraising Coordinator, Canadian Cancer Society — Brampton- 
Caledon Branch, 
8. Mr. Murray Jose, Unit Manager, Canadian Cancer Society — Brampton-Caledon Branch 


That Council supports the Rotary Club of Brampton Roller Blade-A-Thon on Sunday, May 28, 
2000 with proceeds going to the Canadian Cancer Society; and 


That Council extends best wishes in this fundraising event. 


CARRIED 


Note: | Mayor Robertson declared a conflict of interest with respect to Delegation E 2, Report 
F 22 and Correspondence Item I3, re: RECOMMENDATION REPORT — 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, 
AND PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — TORNORTH HOLDINGS 
LIMITED - PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. — WARD 11 (File 
C6E10.3) as his family has been a part owner of Tempson Holdings since 1968 and have 
a possible real estate interest with Tornorth Holdings Limited. 


Regional Councillor Fennell assumed the Chair as Acting Mayor. 


Delegations, re: RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, AND PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF 
SUBDIVISION — TORNORTH HOLDINGS LIMITED — PART OF LOT 10, 
CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. —- WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) (See Report F 22) 

1. Mr. Neil Davis, Davis, Webb Schulze and Moon 

2. Mr. Don Given, Malone, Given Parsons Limited. 


Mr. Neil Davis, Davis, Webb, Schulze and Moon, representing McKinley Transport advised of his 
clients concerns with regards to the Tornorth Holdings Limited Official Plan and Zoning By-law 
amendments. He advised that McKinley Transport operates on a 24 hour basis and a residential 
subdivision within an industrial area of this nature is not feasible. 


Mr. Don Given, Malone Given Parsons Limited appeared representing Tornorth Holdings 
Limited. He highlighted the significant changes in their proposed subdivision, especially 
pertaining to the extension of the distance between residential and the industry as well as extra 
noise barriers and feel that they are in accordance with the Order of the Ontario Municipal Board. 


Discussion took place with regards to the effects on the proposed residential subdivision 
pertaining to possible expansion and noise of the surrounding industries. Mr. J. Corbett, Director 
of Development Services advised that they have not yet received the results of the peer and noise 
studies. 


Regional Councillor Palleschi requested that the Official Plan Amendment for Tornorth Holdings 
Limited be presented at a Special Council Meeting following the May 15, 2000 Planning and 
Building Committee. J. Corbett, Director of Development Services, Planning and Building 
indicated that the Official Plan Amendment could be prepared for this date. 


Report F 22 and Correspondence Item I3 were brought forward and dealt with at this time. 


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Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the delegations to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: RECOMMENDATION 
REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY- 
LAW, AND PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — TORNORTH HOLDINGS 
LIMITED — PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. —- WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) be 
received; and 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated May 5, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION 
TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, AND PROPOSED DRAFT 
PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — TORNORTH HOLDINGS LIMITED — PART OF LOT 10, 
CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. — WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) be received; and 


That Council approve the subject application and direct staff to prepare the appropriate documents 
for consideration by City Council; and 


That Council approve the subject application and direct staff to prepare the appropriate documents 
for consideration by Council, subject to the following conditions: 


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That the Official Plan be amended by: changing designation of the subject lands on 
Schedule “A” (General Land Use Designations) to “Residential” and “Industrial” in 
accordance with the proposed plan; deleting the Collector Road reference through subject 
lands on Schedule “B” (Major Road Network Right-of-Way Widths); deleting the 
“Valleylands/Natural Hazard Lands” reference of the subject lands from Schedule “D” 
(Environmental Features); and deleting the “Open Space” reference on the subject lands 
from Schedule “E”’; 


That the designations of the subject lands in the Bramalea North Industrial Secondary 
Plan be changed to “Low Density Residential’, “Convenience Commercial”, Open 
Space-Neighbourhood Park”, “Open Space — Stormwater Management Facility”, “Open 
Space —Landscaped-Buffer/Berm” and “Industrial”, in accordance with the proposed 


plan, with detailed policies appropriate to the uses proposed; 


Prior to the issuance of Draft Plan Approval and the enactment of the amending zoning 
by-law, the applicant shall submit a noise study for review (including peer review) and 
approval of the City; 


That the zoning by-law for the subject lands, excluding that portion of the lands zoned 
Industrial Two — Section 897 (M2-Section 897), be changed from Agricultural (A), 
Agricultural Section 392 (A — Section 392) and Open Space (OS) to zoning designation 
appropriate to the proposed plan; 


Prior to the issuance of Draft plan Approval, the applicant shall execute a preliminary 
community information map of the subdivision to be posed in a prominent location in 
each sales office where homes in the subdivision are being sold. The map shall contain 
the applicable information prescribed within the City of Brampton List of Standard 
Conditions of Draft Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivision as it pertains to the 
Sales Office Community Information Maps; and 


Prior to the issuance of Draft Plan Approval, the applicant shall execute a preliminary 
subdivision agreement to the satisfaction of the City. The preliminary subdivision 


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agreement shall include a schedule identifying all of the notice provisions for all the lots 
and blocks within the plan; and 


ve The draft plan conditions contained in Appendix “C” to this report (to be modified in 
accordance with the revised plans submitted May 4, 2000), and the conditions 
requested to be added by the applicant which reflect the former agreement made between 
Tornorth Holdings Limited and Damlier-Chysler Canada; and 


That a Special Council Meeting be held on Monday, May 15, 2000 at 1:30 p.m., following the 
Planning and Building Committee Meeting to deal with the approval of the Official Plan 
Amendment for Tornorth Holdings Limited; and 


That the correspondence from Mr. James Harbell, Stikeman and Elliott, Barristers and Solicitors, 
dated May 8, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: RECOMMENDATION 
REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY- 
LAW, AND PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — TORNORTH HOLDINGS 
LIMITED — PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. - WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) be 
received. 

CARRIED 


Mayor Robertson reassumed the Chair. 


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REPORTS FROM OFFICIALS 


Presentation by K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning and Parks Operations, Community 
Services, re: CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE — GOALS AND OBJECTIVES (File A22). 


Mr. L. McCool, City Manager indicated that the Civic Design Committee will be creating a 
unique and exciting vision for Brampton. 


Mr. K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning and Parks Operations, Community Services gave a 
powerpoint presentation on the “Civic Design Objectives and Guidelines” and highlighted the 
following: 


> Scope and Intent of the Civic Design Objectives and Guidelines 

> Design Objectives for Roadways, Arterial Roads — “A” Streets, Collector Roads — “B” 
Streets, Minor Roads “C” Streets 

> Key Land Use Elements 

> Design Guidelines for Parks and Open Space, Stormwater Management Ponds, Planting 
Design, Park Architecture, Built Form (regarding office, commercial and industrial 
buildings), Residential, Streets 


He advised that Brampton should utilize the potential of its historical features such as 
“Flowertown” and “Historical Downtown” to assist in providing Brampton with a unique identity. 


K. Walsh advised that he has discussed the proposed guidelines and objectives with the Region of 
Peel and the Ministry of Transportation. 


Discussion took place with regards to the how the Civic Design Team will proceed with 


implementing their guidelines and objectives and the City Council’s involvement within the 
process, a Council workshop to discuss the guidelines and objectives was suggested. 


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Direction was given that 
The City Manager to advise Council when the proposed By-law regarding the guardrail on 
the Churchville Bridge will be presented to Council. 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


That the presentation by K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning and Parks Operations, 
Community Services to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: CIVIC DESIGN 
COMMITTEE — GOALS AND OBJECTIVES (File A22) be received. 


CARRIED 


Report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, dated April 26, 2000, re: 
AUTHORIZATION TO PERMIT A RETAINING WALL ON CITY LANDS -— 8305 
MCLAUGHLIN ROAD (File L00) (See By-law 83-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 


Report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, dated April 20, 2000, re: TRANSFER 
OF EASEMENT TO THE CITY OF BRAMPTON — PART LOT 6, CONC. 5 E.H.S. AND 
TRANSFER TO THE CITY OF BRAMPTON -— PART LOT 6, CONC. 5 E.HLS., 
DESIGNATED AS PARTS 1-7, PLAN 43r-23939 - GROVELAND PARKETTE (File B30) 
(See By-law 84-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 

Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 28, 2000, re: 
HOUSEKEEPING ZONING AMENDMENT —- GUGLIETTI BROTHERS INVESTMENTS 
LIMITED — EAST SIDE OF CHINGUACOUSY ROAD, NORTH OF TRANSCANADA 
PIPELINE EASEMENT — WARD 6 (File C2W14.1) (See By-law 85-2000) 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 

Report from A. Pritchard, Real Estate Coordinator, Legal Services, dated April 28, 2000, re: 
FANZORELLI’S PATIO LEASE ON CLOSED UP PORTION OF QUEEN STREET 
WEST (File L15) (See By-law 86-2000). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 

Report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000, re: APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED OFFICIAL 
PLAN AMENDMENT -— SNELGROVE PLAZA INC. — FAILURE TO APPROVE 
APPLICATION — WARD 2 (File C1E17.20). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 


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Report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000, re: APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED OFFICIAL 
PLAN AMENDMENT - 903287 ONTARIO LIMITED IN TRUST — FAILURE TO 
APPROVE THE APPLICATION — WARD 10 (File C9E8.6). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 


Report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000, re: APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED OFFICIAL 
PLAN AMENDMENT - OP93-132 AND ZONING BY-LAW 40-2000 — WARD — WARD 5 
(File C1E15.42) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 


Report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000, re: APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED DRAFT 
PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — GIUSEPPE AND TERESA CALAUTTI —- FAILURE TO 
APPROVE APPLICATION — WARD 10 (File C9E8.7). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 


Report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000, re: APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED OFFICIAL 
PLAN AMENDMENT AND DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — DIANE LIVINGSTON, 
EDITH ERWIN AND PAUL ERWIN — FAILURE TO APPROVE APPLICATION — 
WARD 10 (File C9E9.2). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 


Report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000, re: APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED DRAFT 
PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — 1026447 ONTARIO LIMITED - FAILURE TO APPROVE 
APPLICATION — WARD 10 (File C9E8.8). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 

Report from L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services and J. Marshall, Commissioner of 
Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000, re: APPEAL TO THE PROPOSED DRAFT 
PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — 1262120 ONTARIO LIMITED - FAILURE TO APPROVE 
APPLICATION — WARD 10 (File C9E8.5). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 

Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, dated May 1, 2000, re: BIG 


BROTHERS OF PEEL — REGION ROAD CLOSURE REQUEST — RUTHERFORD 
ROAD — ORENDA ROAD AND CLARENCE STREET (File W25). 


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Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, dated May 1, 2000, re: 
CHURCH OF GOD PARADE — SATURDAY MAY 13, 2000 (File W25). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000, re: AN 
APPEAL BY KARL VON BLOEDAU OF THE COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT’S 
APPROVAL OF MINOR VARIANCE APPLICATION A40/00 — 8416 CHINGUACOUSY 
ROAD - WARD 6 (File A40/00). 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated April 26, 2000, re: AN 
APPEAL BY ANDREA ALLAN AND STUART ALLAN OF THE COMMITTEE OF 
ADJUSTMENT’S APPROVAL OF MINOR VARIANCE APPLICATION A42/00, AS 
AMENDED - 70 MCCAUL STREET — WARD 1 (FILE A42/00). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 


Report from G. Marshall, Director of Transit, Works and Transportation, dated April 26, 2000, re: 
BRAMPTON RESPONSE TO GTSB REPORT —- “REMOVING ROAD BLOCKS?” (File 
TO3). 


Discussion took place with regards to the use of the Region of Peel Development Charges relative 
to the improvement of the Go Transit system and facilities within the City of Brampton, instead of 
having them utilized throughout the entire Greater Toronto Area. G. Marshall, Director of Transit 
addressed concerns with respect to the consultant that is being used to determine on how these 
Development Charges are to be disbursed by advising that the City of Brampton has hired their 
own consultant in this regard. 


Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Begley 


That the report from G. Marshall, Director of Transit, Works and Transportation, dated April 26, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: BRAMPTON RESPONSE TO GTSB 
REPORT - “REMOVING ROAD BLOCKS?” (File T03) be received; and 


That the recommendations recently approved by the Region of Peel Council as contained in the 
Region of Peel response report dated March 31, 2000 and entitled “GTSB Strategic 
Transportation Plan, Removing Roadblocks” attached as Appendix | attached to the subject report 
be endorsed; and 


That the GTSB Transportation Accord dated February 4, 2000 attached as Appendix 2 to the 
subject report be endorsed; and 


That the following recommendations based on facts and concerns listed in the Conclusion section 


of the subject report as the detailed response to the GTSB Report, “Removing Roadblocks” be 
endorsed: 


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> The GTSB should direct Go Transit to conduct new or update previous studies to provide 
for full Go Train Service on designated lines over the 20 year time frame; 

> Go Transit should produce a detailed 20-year capital budget consistent with these studies and 
consistent with the GTSB Strategic Transportation Plan, to allow for sufficient Development 
Charges to be collected; 

> Improvements for adding line capacity west of Bramalea need to be included in the next long 
term Capital Program; 

> The GTSB Plan should be revised to explicitly recognize the need to accommodate train 
traffic originating and terminating outside the GTA Hamilton-Wentworth area (i.e. freight 
trains passing through the GTA) 

> The GTSB and/or Go Transit should buy key rail corridors, and particularly the CN Weston 
Subdivision corridor as a serious initiative to provide service to the airport and to Brampton, 
Georgetown and the northwestern GTA 

> Rail freight rationalization needs to be pursued by the GTSB and/or Go Transit to free up 
corridor capacity, particularly to enhance commuter train operations at Halwest and 
Bramalea; 

> The GTSB should modify its strategic plan to emphasize that highway networks will still 
need to be enhanced /expanded to accommodate the demand for goods movement and to 
accommodate multi-purpose travel demands at the outer urban edges of the GTA; 

> The GTSB should request MTO support/program for the extension of Highway 427 into 
Brampton in accordance with the Official Plans of the City of Brampton and Region of York, 
the interchange of the BramWest Parkway and Highway 407, and a study to address the long 
term need for a Highway 413, north of the current development areas; 

> Go Transit should review existing Go Stations in Downtown Brampton and Bramalea which 
are operating at capacity; 

> Go Transit should review the pedestrian access tunnel at the Bramalea Station due to 
congestion; 

> Go Transit should upgrade Handicapped access at the Bramalea and Brampton Go Stations; 

> Go Transit should finalize the Rutherford Go Station Facility for the City of Brampton. 


That a copy of the above resolution and the subject report be forwarded to the Chair of the GTSB, 
Go Transit Board, Managing Director of Go Transit; Region of Peel, City of Mississauga and the 
Town of Caledon, local MPs and MPPs. 

CARRIED 


Report from G. Marshall, Director of Transit, Works and Transportation, dated May 1, 2000, re: 
SHOPPERS WORLD TRANSIT TERMINAL UPDATE AND AUTHORIZATION TO 
ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT (File T04) (See By-law 87-2000). 


Mr. G. Marshall, Director of Transit highlighted the features of the new Transit Terminal at 
Shopper’s World. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Fennell 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 


That the report from G. Marshall, Director of Transit, Works and Transportation, dated May 1, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: SHOPPERS WORLD TRANSIT 
TERMINAL UPDATE AND AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT 
(File T04) be received; and 


That the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be authorized to provide funding up to $200,000.00 
from the Transit Capital Project Account 984790 — which includes a fixed contribution of 


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C188-2000 


C189-2000 


2000 05 08 


$150,000.00 to $50,000.00 for the direct purchase of passenger shelters, signage, benches and 
refuse containers; and 


That By-law 87-2000 be passed to authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an Occupancy 
and Easement Agreement with 1388688 Ontario Limited in a form approved by the City Solicitor 
for the use of the Transit Terminal at Shopper’s World. 

CARRIED 


Report from P. Honeyborne, Controller and Deputy Treasurer, dated May 1, 2000, re: 
SUMMARY OF SALE OF CITY ASSETS IN 1999 (File F12). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C182-2000 


Report from D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development, dated May 8, 2000, re: INTER- 
REGIONAL AGREEMENT REGARDING THE SALE OF WATER FROM PEEL TO 
YORK REGION: AN ECONOMIC/FINANCIAL REVIEW FOR THE CITY OF 
BRAMPTON (File G25). 


Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 


That the report from D. Cutajar, Director of Economic Development, dated May 8, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: INTER-REGIONAL AGREEMENT REGARDING 
THE SALE OF WATER FROM PEEL TO YORK REGION: AN 
ECONOMIC/FINANCIAL REVIEW FOR THE CITY OF BRAMPTON (File G25) be 
received; and 


The firm of Clayton Research Associates Limited be retained by the City of Brampton to 
undertake an economic and financial evaluation of the proposed Water Agreement between the 
Regional Municipalities of Peel and York as identified in the Terms of Reference presented by 
Mr. Frank Clayton; and the appropriate agreement be undertaken between the City of Brampton 
and Clayton Research to commence the assignment; and 


That the firm of Clayton Research Associates submit a detailed report related to their findings, 
accompanied with recommendations from the staff of the City of Brampton to the City Council in 
the Fall of 2000; and 


That the fee for this project be a maximum of $30,000, plus disbursements, and that the 
assignment be funded from the City Managers Department (#151) account; and 


That the City of Brampton staff and Clayton research continue to work cooperatively with staff of 
the Region of Peel on this project. 
CARRIED 


Report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated May 3, 2000, re: 
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE 2008 OLYMPIC BID 
COMMITTEE FOR USE OF THE BRAMPTON CENTRE FOR SPORTS AND 
ENTERTAINMENT (File M42). 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


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B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services advised that by signing this Memorandum of 
Understanding for the use of the Brampton Centre for Sports and Entertainment for the 2008 
Olympic Games does not mean that Brampton can’t be considered for other Olympic venues. 


That the Report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated May 3, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE 
2008 OLYMPIC BID COMMITTEE FOR USE OF THE BRAMPTON CENTRE FOR 
SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT (File M42) be received; and 


That the Mayor be authorized as the City of Brampton’s co-signatory on the Memorandum of 
Understanding for use of the Brampton Centre for Sports and Entertainment as a competition 
venue for the 2008 Olympic Bid; and 


That the Commissioner of Community Services continue to update Council on all activities related 
to the 2008 Olympics; and 


That a meeting be held with B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, Mayor Robertson 
and City Councillor Cowie to discuss the City of Brampton’s written proposal for the baseball 
venue with Mr. John Bitove, 2008 Olympic Bid Committee. 

CARRIED 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated May , 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW, AND PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — 
TORNORTH HOLDINGS LIMITED — PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 6 E.HLS. — 
WARD 11 (File C6E10.3). 


DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATION E 2, RESOLUTION C184 -2000 


Report from City Councillor B. Cowie, Chair, Governance Restructuring Committee, dated May 
2, 2000, re: CITIZEN APPOINTMENTS TO THE GOVERNANCE RESTRUCTURING 
COMMITTEE (File G26). 


That the report from City Councillor B. Cowie, Chair, Governance Restructuring Committee, 
dated May 2, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 8, 2000, re: CITIZEN APPOINTMENTS TO 
THE GOVERNANCE RESTRUCTURING COMMITTEE (File G26) be received; and 


That the following citizens be appointed to the Governance Restructuring Committee: 


1. Mr. Don Gordon 
2: Mr. Rob Filkin 
3. Mr. Wayne Waters 
CARRIED 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


Gl. 


C191-2000 


2000 05 08 


Minutes - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE — April 26, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Hunter 


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Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the Minutes of the Economic Development Committee Meeting of April 26, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of May 8, 2000, Recommendations EC035-2000 to EC048-2000, be approved as printed and 
circulated. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


EC035-2000 That the Agenda for the Economic Development Committee Meeting dated April 26, 2000, be 
approved as printed and circulated. 


EC036-2000 That the report from D. Cutajar, Director, Economic Development Office, dated April 26, 2000, to 
the Economic Development Committee Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: CORPORATE 
CALLING SCHEDULE FOR MAY 2000 (File G26) be received. 


EC037-2000 That the report from D. Cutajar, Director, Economic Development Office, dated April 17, 2000, to 
the Economic Development Committee Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: INFORMATION 
REPORT: BRAMPTON FARMERS’ MARKET (File G25) be received; and, 


That the Brampton Arts Council, in conjunction with the City of Brampton Economic 
Development Office, be requested to coordinate “Artists’ Alley” in Vivian Lane as a way to 
diversify and expand the geographic limits of the Brampton Farmers’ Market. 


EC038-2000 That the report from D. Cutajar, Director, Economic Development Office, dated April 26, 2000, to 
the Economic Development Committee Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: INFORMATION 
REPORT: BUSINESS MISSION TO THE NATIONAL PLASTICS EXPOSITION, JUNE 
2000 (File G25) be received; and, 


That the Economic Development Office provide a follow-up report at the Economic Development 
Committee Meeting of June 26, 2000. 


EC039-2000 That the report from D. Cutajar, Director, Economic Development Office, dated April 26, 2000, to 
the Economic Development Committee Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: INFORMATION 
REPORT: COMPARISON OF MEDIAN INCOME IN CANADA (File G25) be received. 


EC040-2000 That the MARCH 2000 ISSUE OF THE “BRAMFACTS” NEWSLETTER (File M52), to the 
Economic Development Committee Meeting of April 26, 2000, be received. 


EC041-2000 That the report from D. Cutajar, Director, Economic Development Office, dated April 26, 2000, to 
the Economic Development Committee Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: STATUS REPORT: 
DOWNTOWN BRAMPTON MARKETING PARTNERSHIP (File G25) be received. 


EC042-2000 That verbal update from J. Biggart, Chair, Brampton Marketing Sub-Committee, to the Economic 
Development Committee Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: PROGRESS OF MARKETING PLAN 
(File M10) be received. 


EC043-2000 That the report from D. Cutajar, Director, Economic Development Office, dated April 26, 2000, to 
the Economic Development Committee Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: INFORMATION 
REPORT: SPECIAL FEATURE ON THE GREATER TORONTO AREA (GTA) (File G25) 
be received. 


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EC044-2000 


EC045-2000 


EC046-2000 


EC047-2000 


EC048-2000 


G2. 


C192-2000 


2000 05 08 


That the MINUTES OF THE BRAMPTON DOWNTOWN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION — 
BOARD OF MANAGEMENT MEETING OF FEBRUARY 22, 2000 (File G25), to the 
Economic Development Committee Meeting of April 26, 2000, be received. 


That the correspondence from Mayor John Longstreet, City of Plano, Texas, to Mayor Peter 
Robertson, dated March 22, 2000, to the Economic Development Committee Meeting of April 26, 
2000, re: ESTABLISHMENT OF SISTER CITY RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CITY OF 
PLANO, TEXAS AND CITY OF BRAMPTON - INVITATION TO MAYOR P. 
ROBERTSON AND D. CUTAJAR, DIRECTOR, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE 
TO VISIT AND TOUR PLANO (File M40) be received. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Steve Shaw, Vice President, Corporate Affairs and 
Communications, Greater Toronto Airports Authority, to D. Cutajar, Director, Economic 
Development Office, City of Brampton, dated March 7, 2000, to the Economic Development 
Committee Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: GTAA NEW TERMINAL VIRTUAL REALITY 
VIDEO (File G10) be received. 


That the news release from the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, dated March 8, 2000, to the 
Economic Development Committee Meeting of April 26, 2000, re: GTAA MARCH BREAK 
PASSENGER VOLUME EXPECTATIONS FOR 2000 (File A20) be received. 


That the Economic Development Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, May 
24, 2000, at 12:00 noon, or at the call of the Chair. 


Minutes - PLANNING AND BUILDING COMMITTEE - May 1, 2000 


Regional Councillor Palleschi expressed concerns with regards to the school locations within the 

proposed Daninmar Subdivision advising that he felt the school boards would not concur with the 
proposed plan. J. Corbett, Director of Development Services, Planning and Building advised that 
he did not foresee any problems due to the fact that there is a 3-acre park between the two school 

locations. 


Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the Minutes of the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of May 1, 2000 to the Council Meeting 
of May 8, 2000, Recommendations PB119-2000 to PB139-2000, be approved as amended in 
Recommendation PB130-2000 as follows: 

In paragraph 3 

By deleting “might be extended to include Main Street North” so the paragraph now reads 

“This area was define in an Unterman McPhail Cuming Associate report “Brampton Official Plan Review, 
Heritage Component, Downtown Assessment” (June, 1993). That the report also states that the “final 
boundary may extend beyond those areas identified” for example “the Lorne/Isabella/Thomas/Market/Mill 


areas.” 


In paragraph 5 


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PB120-2000 


PB121-2000 


PB122-2000 


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“That Council initiate a study into the feasibility of a Heritage District Designation pursuant to Part V of 
the Ontario Heritage Act for Area “c” (excluding Main Street North) as per Appendix “C” to the 
Downtown Brampton Secondary Plan. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Planning & Building Committee Meeting dated May 1, 2000, be 
approved as amended to add: 


D4 PUBLIC MEETING REPORT — PROPOSED MODIFICATIONS TO THE 
CENTRAL AREA COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN (File P75CE) was 
renumbered to Item H1. 


F 2. Delegations re: PUBLIC MEETING REPORT — PROPOSED MODIFICATIONS 
TO THE CENTRAL AREA COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN (File P75CE): 


1. Mr. Franco Rovazzi, Rovazzi, Pallotta 
2. Mr. Andrew deGroot, 27 Rosedale Street West 
3. Mr. Chris Huber, area resident 
4. Mr. Rick Evans, CVC Insurance 
5; Mr. Michael Gagnon, Gagnon Law Bozzo 


G2. Correspondence re: : PROPOSED NEIGHBOURHOOD COMMERCIAL 
DEVELOPMENT (File C1W16.14) 


1. Mr. Ron Webb, Davis Webb Schulze & Moon, dated May 1, 2000 
2. Mr. Steven Zakem, Aird & Berlis, dated May 1, 2000 


That the report from T. Goodeve, Development Planer, Planning and Building Department, dated 
April 17, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of May 1, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - 
1085216 ONTARIO LIMITED (MATTAMY HOMES), WARD 6 (File C3W11.4) be 
received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development, Planning and Building Department, dated April 
12, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of May 1, 2000, re: 
INFORMATION REPORT - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - 
1359443 ONTARIO LIMITED (DOWNSVIEW PLUMBING LIMITED AND 
DOWNSVIEW HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING LTD.) WARD 10, (File C9E4.10) be 
received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 


application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from . Muirhead, Development, Planning and Building Department, dated April 
13, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of May 1, 2000, re: 


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PB124-2000 


2000 05 08 


INFORMATION REPORT - APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND 
ZONING BY-LAW - CHINGUACOUSY HEALTH SERVICES 
BOARD/WELLINGDALE FINANCIAL INC. - WARD 10 (File C5E1 1.15) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to Planning and Building Committee with the results of the 
Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of the 
application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the delegations to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of May 1, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED NEIGHBOURHOOD COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT (File C1W16.14) be 
received. 


1. Mr. Robert J. Kerr, 80 Viewmount Crescent, Brampton 
2: Mr. Ron Richards, Centrefund 
3. John M. Alati, Davies Howe Partners 


That the report from P. Snape, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
April 20, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of May 1, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATIONS TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW be received; and, 


(a) BRAMPTON BRICK — WEST SIDE OF HURONTARIO STREET, SOUTH OF 
WANLESS DRIVE — WARD 2 (File C1W15.14) 


The application by Brampton Brick Limited (File: C1W15.14) be approved and staff be 
directed to prepare the appropriate documents for the consideration of City Council, subject 
to the following conditions: 


1. That the land use designation of the subject site in the Official Plan be changed from 
“Industrial” to "Residential” (which allows local retail centres); 


2. That the designation of the subject lands in the Sandalwood Industrial East Secondary 
Plan be changed from “Industrial” to “District Retail”, with an appropriate policy to 
outline the use of a Holding provision in the zoning by-law and the threshold population 
to be reached before the Hold can be lifted. 


3. Prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law, the applicant shall submit, to the satisfaction 
of the Works and _ Transportation Department, a preliminary stormwater 
management/drainage report; 


4. Prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law, the applicant shall make cash contributions, 
if required, towards other stormwater management facilities, to the satisfaction of the 
Works and Transportation Department; 


5. Prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law, the applicant shall submit comprehensive 
urban design guidelines for the entire site to be devloped for commercial purposes, 
including streetscape plans for Hurontario Street and Wanless Drive, landscape designs 
and architectural concepts, to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of Planning and 
Building; 


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6. 


The zoning by-law shall be changed from Industrial One Zone (M1) to Commercial 
Three Zone (C3) and, in addition to the C3 zone uses and requirements and restrictions, 
contain the following: 


6.1 a maximum gross leasable floor area of 11,150 square metres of which a 
maximum of 4,886 square metres may be used for a supermarket; 
6.2 subject to lifting of the Hold, a maximum gross leasable floor area of 22,296 


square metres (Note: the Hold may be lifted when documentation is provided to 
the satisfaction of the Commissioner of Planning and Building to show that the 
combined population within Secondary Plan Areas 44 and 45 has reached 
55,000); 


Prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law, the applicant shall enter into an agreement 
with the City which shall include the following: 


(a) Prior to the issuance of a building permit, a site development plan, landscaping, 
grading and storm drainage plan, elevation and cross section drawings, a fire 
protection plan, and engineering and servicing plans shall be approved by the 
City, and appropriate securities shall be deposited with the City, to ensure 
implementation of these plans in accordance with the City's site plan review 
process. 


(b) The applicant shall pay all applicable Regional, City and Educational 
development charges in accordance with their respective Development Charges 
By-laws. 


(c) The applicant shall grant easements, as may be required, for the installation of 
utilities and municipal services, to the appropriate authorities. 


(d) All lighting on the site shall be designed and oriented so as to minimize glare on 
adjacent roadways and properties. 


(e) The applicant shall carry out an archaeological assessment of the subject site 
and mitigate, through preservation or resource removal and documentation, 
adverse impacts to any significant archaeological resources found. No grading 
or other soil disturbances shall take place on the subject property prior to the 
approval authority and the Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation 
confirming that all archaeological resource concerns have met licensing and 
resource conservation requirements. 


(f) A detailed stormwater management, servicing and drainage report/plan shall be 
provided for the approval of the City’s Works and Transportation Department. 


(g) That access shall be provided as follows: 


Hurontario Street- one full moves in the middle of the Hurontario Street 
frontage 
- one right-in / right-out moves on the southerly (Phase 2) 
section of the site 
- a connection from the rear lane of the proposed 
development to the existing driveway access at the south- 


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end of the site for service vehicles and delivery vehicles 
only. 


Wanless Drive - one with full (at a distance 250 m from Hurontario Street) 


- one at the westerly limit of the site with full moves as a 
truck/fire route access only. 


(b) CENTREFUND DEVELOPMENT CORP. — NORTH-WEST CORNER OF 
HURONTARIO STREET AND WANLESS DRIVE — WARD 2 (File C1W16.14) 


The application by Centrefund Development Corp. (File: C1W16.14), be approved and staff 
be directed to prepare the appropriate documents for the consideration of City Council, 
subject to the following conditions: 


1. 


That prior to an amendment to the Snelgrove Secondary Plan being approved 
and to the enactment of the Zoning By-law, the applicant shall submit for 
approval a revised site plan showing a plaza site, configuration, design and 
layout taking into consideration the alternative plan recommended by staff (Map 
9). 


That the designation of the subject lands (as revised in accordance to the 
recommended alternative plan - Map 9) in the Snelgrove Secondary Plan from 
“Low Density Residential — Snelgrove North and West ” to “Neighbourhood 
Commercial”, with an appropriate policy to limit the total floor area for the site 
and the floor space of a supermarket use. 


Prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law, the applicant shall submit 
comprehensive urban design guidelines for the entire site to be developed for 
commercial purposes, including streetscape plans for Hurontario Street and 
Wanless Drive, landscape designs and architectural concepts. 


The zoning by-law shall be changed from R1C-Section 791, R1C(H)-Section 
792, R1D-Section 797, R1C-Section 798M1 to C2 and shall contain, in addition 
to the C2 uses and requirements and restrictions, the following: 


4.1 A maximum gross leasable floor area for the site and a supermarket use 
to be determined through the site plan approval process but which shall 
not exceed 6,100 square metres and 3,716 square metres respectively. 


Prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law, the applicant shall enter into an 
agreement with the City which shall include the following: 


(a) Prior to the issuance of a building permit, a site development plan 
(including approved access arrangements), landscaping, grading and 
storm drainage plan, elevation and cross section drawings, a fire 
protection plan, and engineering and servicing plans shall be approved 
by the City, and appropriate securities shall be deposited with the City, 
to ensure implementation of these plans in accordance with the City's 
site plan review process. 


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(b) The applicant shall pay all applicable Regional, City and Educational 
development charges in accordance with their respective Development 
Charges By-laws. 


(c) The applicant shall grant easements, as may be required, for the 
installation of utilities and municipal services, to the appropriate 
authorities. 

(d) All lighting on the site shall be designed and oriented so as to minimize 


glare on adjacent roadways and properties. 


(e) The applicant shall carry out an archaeological assessment of the 
subject site and mitigate, through preservation or resource removal and 
documentation, adverse impacts to any significant archaeological 
resources found. No grading or other soil disturbances shall take place 
on the subject property prior to the approval authority and the Ministry 
of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation confirming that all 
archaeological resource concerns have met licensing and resource 
conservation requirements. 


(f) A detailed stormwater management, servicing and drainage report/plan 
shall be provided for the approval of the City’s Works and 
Transportation Department. 


(g) The applicant shall convey to the City of a 3 metre buffer abutting the 
existing cemetery which shall be landscaped to the satisfaction of the 


City; 


(h) The applicant shall convey to the City any required road widenings 
along Hurontario Street and Wanless Drive, to the satisfaction of the 
Commissioner of Works and Transportation. 


(c) SNELGROVE PLAZA INC. — SOUTH EAST CORNER OF HURONTARIO STREET 
AND MAYFIELD ROAD — WARD 2 (File C1E17.20). 


The application by Snelgrove Plaza Inc. (File C1E17.20) be refused. 


That the correspondence from R. Webb, dated May 1, 2000, to the Planning and Building 
Committee Meeting of May 1, 2000, ree BRAMPTON BRICK LIMITED, et al, be received; 
and, 


That the correspondence from S. Zakem, dated May 1, 2000, to the Planning and Building 

Committee Meeting of May 1, 20000, re: RECOMMENDATION REPORT — 

APPLICATIONS TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW: 

(a) BRAMPTON BRICK — WEST SIDE OF HURONTARIO STREET, SOUTH OF 
WANLESS DRIVE — WARD 2 (File C1W15.14) 

(b) CENTREFUND DEVELOPMENT CORP. — NORTH-WEST CORNER OF 
HURONTARIO STREET AND WANLESS DRIVE — WARD 2 (File C1W16.14) 


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PB127-2000 


PB129-2000 
LOST 


2000 05 08 


(c) SNELGROVE PLAZA INC. —- SOUTH EAST CORNER OF HURONTARIO STREET 
AND MAYFIELD ROAD — WARD 2 (File C1E17.20) be received. 


That the delegations to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of May 1, 2000, re: 
PUBLIC MEETING REPORT — PROPOSED MODIFICATIONS TO THE CENTRAL 
AREA COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN (File P75CE) be received; and, 


Mr. Franco Rovazzi, Rovazzi, Pallotta and Mr. Fernando Russo, Rucareal Ltd. 
Mr. Andrew deGroot, 27 Rosedale Street West 

Mr. Rick Evans, CVC Insurance 

Mr. Michael Gagnon, Gagnon Law Bozzo 


Awe 


That the presentation by Mr. Andrew deGroot be received. 


That the report from D. Waters, Policy Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated April 
24, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of May 1, 2000, re: PUBLIC 
MEETING REPORT — PROPOSED MODIFICATIONS TO THE CENTRAL AREA 
COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PLAN (File P75CE) be received; and, 


That in addition to replacing the fagade improvement program with a program similar to that of 
Orangeville, Section 6.2.2 of the Central Area Community Improvement Plan be further modified 
to: 


(a) indicate that the Fagade Improvement Program will not commence until Council has 
adopted administration guidelines and procedures, and funds have been allocated for this 
purpose in the City’s Current Budget; 


(b) limit the Facade Improvement Program to non-residential and mixed-use buildings 
within the Downtown Brampton Secondary Plan Area; 


(c) delete the proposed property improvement program that included interior renovations 
such as fire and safety related work, electrical plumbing, heating and ventilation systems 
and improvements for barrier free access as being eligible for property tax grants from 
the City. 


That the City initiated modifications proposed in the staff report dated April 24, 2000, be 
endorsed by Council and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing be requested to approve 
the Central Area Community Improvement Plan as modified dated April 2000 known as 
Appendix C to the staff report dated April 24, 2000. 


In accordance with Section 34(17) of the Planning Act R.SO. 1990 c.P. 13, as amended, Council 
hereby determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed 
modifications to Central Area Community Improvement Plan; and, 


That Council provide direction with respect to the scope and process related to reviewing the land 
use designations of the existing low density neighborhoods in the area of Jessie Street, Isabella 


Street and Elizabeth Street. 


That we accept a letter of credit from Rucareal Ltd., owners of 16 — 20 John Street, 
Brampton for the site plan application fees, on said property, and, 


That the Commissioner of Planning and Building and the Commissioner of Legal Services/City 
Solicitor be authorized to negotiate an acceptable agreement with the principles of Rucareal Ltd. 


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PB130-2000 That Council begin proceedings to create an amendment to the Downtown Brampton Secondary 
Plan for re-designation of the following houses from Central Area Mixed-Use to Low Density 
Residential: 


@ the east side of Isabella Street, from Lorne Avenue to David Street; 

the south side of Lorne Avenue from Main Street North to Isabella Street; 

¢ both the north and south sides of Rosedale Avenue from Main Street North to 
Isabella Street; 

¢ both the north and south sides of David Street from Main Street North to 
Isabella Street; and, 

@ the east side of Thomas Street from David Street to Market Street; and, 


Sd 


That Council initiate a study, with input from the Community, Area Councillors and the Brampton 
Heritage Board, into the feasibility of a Heritage District Designation pursuant to Part V of the 
Ontario Heritage Act for Area “C” as per Appendix C to the Downtown Brampton Secondary 
Plan. This area includes houses on the following streets: 


Lorne Avenue 
Isabella Street 
Lowes Avenue 
Rosedale Avenue 
David Street 
Thomas Street 
Mill Street North 


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This area was defined in a Unterman McPhail Cuming Associates report “Brampton Official Plan 
Review, Heritage Component, Downtown Assessment” (June, 1993). That report also states that 
“final boundary may extend beyond those areas identified” for example “the 
Lorne/Isabella/Thomas/Market/Mill areas. 


Houses on the following streets, though deemed “worthy of study to examine the feasibility of 
Heritage District Designation pursuant to Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act” are also designated 
as “Central Area Mixed-Use”: 


+ the east side of Isabella Street, from Lorne Avenue to David Street; 

+ the south side of Lorne Avenue from Main Street North to Isabella Street; 

+ both the north and south sides of Rosedale Avenue from Main Street North to 
Isabella Street; 

+ both the north and south sides of David Street from Main Street North to 
Isabella Street; and, 

+ the east side of Thomas Street from David Street to Market Street; and, 


That Council initiate a study into the feasibility of a Heritage District Designation pursuant to Part 
V of the Ontario Heritage Act for Area “C” (excluding Main Street North) as per Appendix C to 
the Downtown Brampton Secondary Plan. 


PB131-2000 That staff be directed to review the designation of properties on the south side of Queen Street 


West, west of McMurchy Avenue to the south and westerly boundary of the Central Area Plan 
with a view to: 


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PB133-2000 


PB134-2000 


PB135-2000 


PB136-2000 


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(1) the existing low residential designations of Jessie Street and Royce Avenue be 
maintained; 
(2) that the south side of Queen Street West be designated for similar uses as Main Street 


North (professional office uses) with above average site plan requirements, where 
applicable with parking permitted in the rear yard (similar to the Main Street North 
guidelines); and, 


(3) further that the extension of Royce Avenue be removed and a report brought back to 
Planning and Building Committee on this impact, 


¢ and further that the issue of four-way stop signs at: Jessie Street and Haggert 
Avenue South, and Royce Avenue and Haggert Avenue South, be forwarded to the 
Works and Transportation Committee for discussion at the May meeting 


¢ and further that the maintenance and facilities at the dead ends of both Jessie Street 
and Royce Avenue be forwarded to the Community Services Department for review, 
i.e. lighting, benches and garbage receptacles, grass cutting, tree/shrub waste 
decaying in the Conservation area be cleaned away. 


That the following recommendation be referred to Council. 


That the Planning and Building Committee recognizes the Downtown Incentive Program 
and we confirm that the Loan Program is for building fagade(s) with a maximum amount 
of $10,000.00 per loan; and, 


That staff be instructed to write a report on how to administer the Incentive Loan 
Program and to include measures on how each application will be considered on an 
individual needed basis. 


That staff consider extending the corridor on Queen Street East to east of Bramalea Road. 


That Planning and Building Committee move into closed session in order to address a matter 
pertaining to: 


Litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the 
municipality or local board. 


That the report from B. Campbell, Director of Building and Chief Building Official, Planning and 
Building Department, dated April 20, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of 
May 1, 2000, re: BUILDING PERMIT ACTIVITY FOR THE MONTHS OF JANUARY, 
FEBRUARY AND MARCH 2000 (File B11) be received. 


That the report from W. Lee, Director, Urban Design and Zoning, Planning and Building 
Department, dated April 18, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of May 1, 
2000, re: SUPPLEMENT REPORT - DEVELOPMENTS ALONG HIGHWAY 407 - 
CITY INITIATED AMENDMENTS TO ZONING BY-LAWS. (File P45GE-1) be received; 
and, 


Staff be directed to implement the concept of providing upgraded image of developments along 
Highway 407 through the site plan approval process; 


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For areas within the Bram West Secondary Plan, the concept shall be further reviewed through the 
rezoning and subdivision process; and, 


The Ministry of Transportation be requested to build a landscaped berm, within the Highway 407 
right-of-way, to screen the existing outside storage at the cost of the owners of existing outside 
storage operations. 


PB137-2000 That the report from W. Lee, Director, Urban Design and Zoning, Planning and Building 
Department, dated April 12, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of May 1, 
2000, re: HOUSEKEEPING AMENDMENTS TO ZONING BY-LAWS - NON- 
COMPLYING STATUS AND LARGE DAYLIGHT TRIANGLES (File P45GE-1) be 
received; and, 


Staff be directed to initiate amendments to City zoning by-laws with respect to regulations for 
non-complying buildings and lots as well as setback requirements to a large daylight triangle in 
accordance with the analysis of the report. 


PB138-2000 That the Minutes of the BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD dated April 20, 2000, to the 
Planning & Building Committee meeting of May 1, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


HBO051-2000 That the Agenda for the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting dated April 20, 2000, be approved, as 
amended, to add: 


9.6 Correspondence from Mr. A. Gotlieb, Chair, Ontario Heritage Foundation, dated March 25, 
2000, re: ONTARIO HERITAGE FOUNDATION — HERITAGE COMMUNITY 
RECOGNITION PROGRAM 2000 AND YOUNG HERITAGE LEADERS 
PROGRAM 2000 (File G33). 


HB052-2000 That the Minutes of the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of March 23, 2000, to the Brampton 
Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


HB053-2000 That the delegation of D. Roeterink, Senior Operations Technician, Works and Transportation 
Department, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000, re: DESIGNATION OF 
HERITAGE BRIDGE — CREDITVIEW ROAD — NORTH OF STEELES AVENUE — 
WARD 6 (File G33) be received; and, 


That the report from D. Roeterink, Senior Operations Technician, Works and Transportation 
Department, dated March 13, 2000, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000, 
re: DESIGNATION OF HERITAGE BRIDGE — CREDITVIEW ROAD — NORTH OF 
STEELES AVENUE — WARD 6 (File G33) be received. 


HB054-2000 WHEREAS it is the desire of the Brampton Heritage Board to pursue DESIGNATION OF THE 
HERITAGE BRIDGE — CREDITVIEW ROAD — NORTH OF STEELES AVENUE — 
WARD 6 (File G33); 


THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that a sub-committee of the Brampton Heritage Board be 
formed to undertake the initial background research and initiate the designation process for the 


bridge; and, 


That the sub-committee shall be comprised of Warren Hope, City Councillor Susan DiMarco, and 
City Councillor John Hutton, with staff support to be provided by D. Nicholson, Policy and 


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Heritage Planner, Planning and Building Department and D. Roeterink, Senior Operations 
Technician, Works and Transportation. 


HBO055-2000 That an expenditure of up to $300.00 be approved for the design and layout of a black and white 
original of the Churchville Heritage Permit Handbook. 


HB056-2000 That the verbal report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000, re: THEMES TO 
GUIDE THE REVIEW OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON INVENTORY OF HERITAGE 
RESOURCES (File G33) be received; and, 


That the list provided by D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000, re: THEMES TO 
GUIDE THE REVIEW OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON INVENTORY OF HERITAGE 
RESOURCES (File G33) be received. 


HB057-2000 That the application to purchase a plaque under the Brampton Heritage Board’s Historic Plaque 
Program, from Mr. & Mrs. Grabowski, 38 Centre Street North, Brampton, to the Brampton 
Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000, be approved. 


HB058-2000 That the correspondence from the Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation, undated, to the 
Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000, re: REVISED DIRECTORY OF THE 
LOCAL ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION ADVISORY COMMITTEES OF 
ONTARIO (File G33) be received. 


HB059-2000 That the correspondence from J. Alati, Davies Howe Partners, dated April 7, 2000, to the 
Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000, re: SNELGROVE PLAZA INC. - 
APPEAL — WARD 2 (File G33), be received and referred to D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage 
Planner, Planning and Building Department, for appropriate action. 


HB060-2000 That the correspondence from R. Webb, Davis Webb Schulze & Moon, dated April 3, 2000, to the 
Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000, re: NOTICE OF ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
BOARD HEARING —- BRAMPTON BRICK LIMITED/KERBEL GROUP — WARD 2 (File 
G33), be received and referred to D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, for appropriate action. 


HBO061-2000 That the correspondence from the Ontario Heritage Foundation, dated Winter 2000, to the 
Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000, re: ONTARIO HERITAGE 
FOUNDATION — HERITAGE MATTERS NEWSLETTER (File G33) be received. 


HB062-2000 That the correspondence from the City of Brampton, dated March 17, 2000, to the Brampton 
Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000, re: NOTICE OF PASSING OF AN OFFICIAL 
PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW — RUCAREAL LTD. (JOHN STREET) - 
WARD 1 (File C1E5.42/G33) be received. 


HB063-2000 That the correspondence from Mr. A. Gotlieb, Chair, Ontario Heritage Foundation, dated March 
25, 2000, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000, re: ONTARIO 
HERITAGE FOUNDATION — HERITAGE COMMUNITY RECOGNITION PROGRAM 
2000 AND YOUNG HERITAGE LEADERS PROGRAM 2000 (File G33) be received. 


HB064-2000 That the Brampton Heritage Board do now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, May 25, 2000, at 
7:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


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G3. 


C193-2000 


SV055-2000 


2000 05 08 


Minutes - SIGN VARIANCE COMMITTEE -— May 2, 2000 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Sprovieri 


That the Minutes of the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 
8, 2000, Recommendations SV055-2000 to SV071-2000, be approved as amended in Recommendation 
SV057-2000 as follows; and: 


In paragraph 3 to read: 

“That a variance be given to allow the applicant to install a 3.16 square metres (34 square feet) ground 
sign closer than 1.5 metres (4.9 feet) from the property line at 305 Rutherford Road, subject to 
Roofmart (Canada) Limited providing a letter of agreement stipulating that they will move the sign when/if 
the City requires this allowance for the widening of Rutherford road, and that they will extract this promise 
from any future owners of the company at this location; and” 

That Recommendation SV068-2000 be amended as follows: 

“That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building dated April 12, 2000, to the Sign 
Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION - REGION OF 
PEEL -3, 5, 7 AND 9 WELLINGTON STREET EAST WARD 3 (File G26SI), be received; and, 


That approval be given to the Region of Peel for the following signage at 3, 5, 7 and 9 Wellington Street 
East (southwest corner of Main Street and Wellington Street): 


a) a 7.17 square metres (77.17 square feet) ground sign, close to the southeast corner of Main Street 
and Wellington Street, erected outside the visibility triangle and at least 1.5 metres (5 feet) from 
the property line; and, 


b) a 4.4 square metres (47.8 square feet) ground sign, close to the Courthouse building and facing 
Main Street; and, 


c) a 4.76 square metres (51.2 square feet) ground sign, close to the Art Gallery Building and facing 
Wellington Street; and, 


That none of the signs shall be within the visibility triangle; and, 
That two existing directional signs shall be removed; and, 
That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permits.” 
CARRIED 
The recommendations were approved as follows: 
That the delegation of Dr. David S. Chuang, Queenstate Dental Care, to the Sign Variance 
Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — DR. DAVID 


CHUANG — 143 QUEEN STREET EAST, UNIT 20 — WARD 3 (File G26SD), be received; 
and, 


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SV056-2000 


SV057-2000 


SV058-2000 


SV059-2000 


2000 05 08 


That the correspondence from Dr. David S. Chuang, Queenstate Dental Care, dated April 26, 
2000, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR 
DEFERRAL — SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — DR. DAVID CHUANG —143 QUEEN 
STREET EAST, UNIT 20 — WARD 3 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That consideration of the SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — DR. DAVID CHUANG — 143 
QUEEN STREET EAST, UNIT 20 — WARD 3 (File G26SD, be deferred to the Sign Variance 
Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Philip Kyrou, President, Elcarim International Ltd., dated May 
2, 2000, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: WITHDRAWAL OF 
SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — PHILIP KYROU — 30 MELANIE DRIVE — WARD 9 
(File G26SI), be received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated March 14, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— PHILIP KYROU —- 30 MELANIE DRIVE — WARD 9 (File G26SD, be received. 


That the delegation of Ms. Heather Feikema, Roofmart (Canada) Ltd., to the Sign Variance 
Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — ROOFMART 
(CANADA) LTD. — 305 RUTHERFORD ROAD SOUTH — WARD 3 (File G26SI]) be 
received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated March 14, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— ROOFMART (CANADA) LTD. - 305 RUTHERFORD ROAD SOUTH — WARD 3 (File 
G26SI) be received; and, 


That a variance be given to allow the applicant to install a 3.16 square metres (34 square feet) ground sign 
closer than 1.5 metres (4.9 feet) from the property line at 305 Rutherford Road, subject to Roofmart 
(Canada) Limited providing a letter of agreement stipulating that they will move the sign when/if the City 
requires this allowance for the widening of Rutherford Road, and that they will extract this promise from 
any future owners of the company at this location; and, 


That the existing sign shall be removed; and, 

That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 

That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated March 27, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— LOBLAW PROPERTIES LTD. (NO FRILLS) — 345 MAIN STREET NORTH — WARD 5 
(File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a 28.28 square metres (304.4 square feet) wall sign on the east 
elevation of the building at 345 Main Street North, facing Main Street North; and, 


That approval be given for a 34.84 square metres (376.1 square feet) wall sign on the south 
elevation of the same building, facing Vodden Street West; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated April 11, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 


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SV061-2000 


SV062-2000 


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— SCHNIER (GESCO INDUSTRIES INC.) — 50 KENVIEW BOULEVARD — WARD 10 
(File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a 10.6 square metres (115 square feet) wall sign for the south elevation 
of the industrial building at 50 Kenview Boulevard; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated April 12, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— COLONY LINCOLN MERCURY SALES LIMITED — 300 QUEEN STREET EAST — 
WARD 1 (File G26SI) be deferred to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000; 
and, 


That the applicant be requested to attend the June meeting and speak to their application at that 
time. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated April 14, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— BUILDERS’ A-FRAME MOBILE SIGNS (File G26SD) be received; and, 


That the application from Andrin Eldorado Homes Limited (Highway 50 and Ebenezer Road) for 
11 builder A-Frame mobile signs be approved; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated April 18, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— FIRST PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT INC. (BURGER KING) — 2919 HIGHWAY 
#7 EAST — WARD 9 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for the following signage at the Burger King operation at 2919 Highway 
#7: 


a) a 1.20 square metres (12.9 square feet) illuminated wall sign attached to the east 
elevation of the building; 


b) a 1.20 square metres (12.9 square feet) double-faced illuminated sign attached to the 
north and south elevations of the building; 


c) a 2.33 square metres (25 square feet) ground sign close to the north elevation of the 
building; 
d) a 0.92 square metres (9.9 square feet) ground sign on the northern section of the “drive 


thru” facing Highway #7; 


e) a 0.41 square metres (4.4 square feet) ground sign facing the east elevation of the 
building; 


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SV064-2000 


SV065-2000 


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f) a 0.41 square metres (4.4 square feet) ground sign on the north side of the access drive to 
the site; 
g) a 0.41 square metres (4.4 square feet) ground sign on the east side of the egress drive; 
and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated April 18, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— TRINITY DEVELOPMENT GROUP (MR. GREEK) — 140 GREAT LAKES DRIVE, 
UNIT #128 — WARD 10 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for the following signage for the Mr. Greek Restaurant at 140 Great Lakes 
Drive: 


a) a 6.12 square metres (65.8 square feet) wall sign on the east elevation of the building; 
b) a 6.12 square metres (65.8 square feet) wall sign on the north elevation of the building; 
and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated April 18, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— CANADIAN TIRE REAL ESTATE — 2850 QUEEN STREET EAST — WARD 10 (File 
G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for the following illuminated signs on the south elevation of the building 
at 2850 Queen Street East: 


a) a 0.47 square metres (5.05 square feet) wall sign; 

b) a 8.44 square metres (90.8 square feet) wall sign; 

c) a 0.73 square metres (7.85 square feet) wall sign; 

d) a 7.22 square metres (77.7 square feet) wall sign; 

e) a 13.09 square metres (140.9 square feet) wall sign; 
f) a 22.80 square metres (245.4 square feet) wall sign; 
g) a 6.48 square metres (69.7 square feet) wall sign; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated April 18, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— KANEFF GROUP - 1 STEELES AVENUE EAST — WARD 3 (File G26SJ) be received; 
and, 


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SV066-2000 


SV067-2000 


SV068-2000 


SV069-2000 


2000 05 08 


That approval be given for a 1.48 square metres (16 square feet) directional ground sign on the 
south side of the north driveway at | Steeles Avenue East; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated March 18, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— MATTAMY HOMES LTD. — PART OF LOT 13, CONCESSION 7 EHS — EAST SIDE 
OF AIRPORT ROAD NORTH OF BOVAIRD — WARD 10 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for two 14.82 square metres (159.5 square feet) ground signs facing the 
east side of Airport Road; one sign is to be located approximately 50 metres (54.6 yards) from the 
Trans Canada Pipeline; and the other is to be located approximately 450 metres (492.1 yards) 
from the Trans Canada Pipeline; and, 


That this approval is for a temporary period only and both signs shall be removed by May 2, 2002, 
or when the site is developed, whichever comes first; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated April 6, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
ROYAL CREST MALL — 50 KENNEDY ROAD SOUTH — WARD 3 (File G26SI) be 
deferred to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building dated April 12, 2000, to the Sign 
Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION - REGION OF 
PEEL -3, 5, 7 AND 9 WELLINGTON STREET EAST WARD 3 (File G26SI), be received; and, 


That approval be given to the Region of Peel for the following signage at 3, 5, 7 and 9 Wellington Street 
East (southwest corner of Main Street and Wellington Street): 


a) a 7.17 square metres (77.17 square feet) ground sign, close to the southeast corner of Main Street 
and Wellington Street, erected outside the visibility triangle and at least 1.5 metres (5 feet) from 
the property line; and, 


b) a 4.4 square metres (47.8 square feet) ground sign, close to the Courthouse building and facing 
Main Street; and, 


c) a 4.76 square metres (51.2 square feet) ground sign, close to the Art Gallery Building and facing 
Wellington Street; and, 


That none of the signs shall be within the visibility triangle; and, 

That two existing directional signs shall be removed; and, 

That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permits. 

That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated April 18, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 


— MR. KEN CHEUNG - 272 QUEEN STREET EAST — WARD 1 (File G26SI) be received; 
and, 


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That approval be given for a 8.7 square metres (94 square feet) ground sign at 272 Queen Street 
East; and, 


That the applicant shall ensure that any additions to the existing sign be approved by a 
Professional Engineer to the satisfaction of the City of Brampton Planning and Building 
Department; and, 

That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 

SV070-2000 That the delegation of Mr. Javeid Akhtar, Kwality Signs Inc., to the Sign Variance Committee 
Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — IMPERIAL SIGNS 
(WAL-MART) — 50 QUARRY EDGE DRIVE — WARD 5 (File G26SD) be received; and, 
That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated April 18, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of May 2, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— IMPERIAL SIGNS (WAL-MART) — 50 QUARRY EDGE DRIVE — WARD 5 (File G26S]) 
be deferred to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000; and, 


That Wal-Mart be requested to send an executive member to the June Committee meeting to speak 
to their application and respond to questions from Committee. 


SV071-2000 That the Sign Variance Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Tuesday, June 6, 2000, at 
2:30 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 
G4. Minutes - COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE — May 3, 2000 


C194-2000 Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the Minutes of the Community Services Committee Meeting of May 3, 2000 to the Council Meeting 
of May 8, 2000, Recommendations CS048-2000 to CS058-2000, be approved as amended in 
Recommendation CS049-2000 as follows: 

To delete the following paragraph; and 

“That staff of the Community Services Department be directed to set up a meeting with the area 
councillors and the proponents to determine the most appropriate location for the sculpture and 

report back to the Community Service Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000.” 

To add the following; 


“That this matter be referred to the Art Selection Committee to make a recommendation for an 
appropriate location for the “Milestones of Labour — Day of Mourning Epitaph” Statue; and 


“That the affected area Councillors be consulted with regards to the proposed site; and 
That once a site has been recommended a report be brought back to the Community Services 


Committee.” 
CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


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CS048-2000 


CS049-2000 


2000 05 08 


That the Agenda for the Community Services Committee Meeting dated May 3, 2000, be 
approved, as amended to add: 


D1. Delegations re: SCULPTURE — “MILESTONES OF LABOUR - DAY OF 
MOURNING EPITAPH” (File M06): 


Hg Ms. Sheila White, Member, Education Committee, Brampton — Mississauga and 
District Labour Council 

2. Mr. Patrick Williams, Co-Chair, Education Committee, Brampton — Mississauga 
and District Labour Council 

3. Ms. Sally Lawrence, Artist 

4. Mr. Rob Morr, Artist 


J3. Correspondence from Mr. Austin R. Jackson, Brampton, dated April 23, 2000, re: 
IMPROVEMENTS TO PEEL VILLAGE GOLF COURSE (File R21). 


That the following delegations, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of May 3, 2000, 
re: SCULPTURE — “MILESTONES OF LABOUR - DAY OF MOURNING EPITAPH” 
(File M06) be received: 


1: Ms. Sheila White, Member, Education Committee, Brampton — Mississauga and District 
Labour Council 

2: Mr. Patrick Williams, Co-Chair, Education Committee, Brampton — Mississauga and 
District Labour Council 

3. Ms. Sally Lawrence, Artist 

4. Mr. Rob Morr, Artist; and, 


That the report from K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning, Development, and Parks 
Operations Division, Community Services, dated April 19, 2000, to the Community Services 
Committee Meeting of May 3, 2000, re: SCULPTURE — “MILESTONES OF LABOUR -— 
DAY OF MOURNING EPITAPH” (File M06) be received; and, 


That the proposal from the Brampton — Mississauga and District Labour Council to build a 
sculpture entitled “Milestones of Labour — Day of Mourning Epitaph”, as appended to the 


aforementioned report, be approved in principle; and, 


That the Brampton — Mississauga and District Labour Council provide a 100% guarantee for the 
design and construction of the proposed structure; and, 


That the proposal must receive site plan approval; and, 


That the Brampton — Mississauga and District Labour Council deposit 5% of the final 
construction value of the monument into a City reserve for future repairs and maintenance; and, 


That this matter be referred to the Art Selection Committee to make a recommendation for an 
appropriate location for the “Milestones of Labour — Day of Mourning Epitaph” statue; and 


That the affected area Councillors be consulted with regards to the proposed site; and 


That once a site has been recommended that a report be brought back to the Community Services 
Committee. 


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CS050-2000 


CS051-2000 


CS052-2000 


CS053-2000 


CS054-2000 


CS055-2000 


CS056-2000 


CS057-2000 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated April 7, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of May 3, 2000, ree BRAMPTON SAFE CITY 
ASSOCIATION (File G10) be received. 


That the report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Fire and Emergency Services, Community Services, 
dated April 26, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of May 3, 2000, re: FIRE 
AND EMERGENCY SERVICES MONTHLY STATISTICS — MARCH 2000 (File D05) be 
received. 


That the Report from H. Newlove, Director of Recreation, Facilities and Programs Division, 
Community Services, dated April 19, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of 
May 3, 2000, re: DIVISION OF TASKS IN A FACILITY/PARK CAMPUS OPERATION 
(File R20/R21) be received. 


That the report from C. Camazzola, Marketing Coordinator of Aquatics, Recreation, Facilities and 
Programs Division, Community Services, dated April 20, 2000, to the Community Services 
Committee Meeting of May 3, 2000, re: WADING POOL — PEEL VILLAGE (File R50) be 
received; and, 


That sponsorship for the wading pool for the summer of 2000 remain at the current level of 
$3,000; and, 


That staff of the Community Services Department be directed to investigate the future of outdoor 
pools, including future design and capital and operating costs, and bring forward a report to an 
upcoming meeting of the Community Services Committee. 


That the correspondence from Mr. John Bitove, President and CEO, 2008 Toronto Olympic Bid 
Corporation, to Mayor Peter Robertson, dated March 31, 2000, to the Community Services 
Committee Meeting of May 3, 2000, re: SELECTION OF REGIONAL COMPETITION 
VENUES FOR THE 2008 OLYMPIC GAMES (File R00) be received. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Chris Lane, Operations Manager, Central Peel Regional 
Ambulance Service, Ontario Ministry of Health, to Mr. Gary Langerquist, District Chief, 
Brampton Fire and Emergency Services, Community Services, dated April 10, 2000, to the 
Community Services Committee Meeting of May 3, 2000, ree MOTOR VEHICLE 
COLLISION — APRIL 8, 2000 - RESPONSE FROM BRAMPTON FIRE AND 
EMERGENCY SERVICES CREWS (File D05) be received. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Austin R. Jackson, Brampton, dated April 23, 2000, to the 
Community Services Committee Meeting of May 3, 2000, re: IMPROVEMENTS TO PEEL 
VILLAGE GOLF COURSE (File R21) be received. 


That the MINUTES OF THE MILLENNIUM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING OF 
MARCH 21, 2000 (File A20), to the Community Services Committee Meeting of May 3, 2000, 
be received. 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 


I. CORRESPONDENCE 


2000 05 08 


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11. 


C195-2000 


13. 


Correspondence from Ms. Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated April 13, 
2000, re: RESOLUTION — 2000 PROPERTY TAX POLICY ISSUES — RATIFYING THE 
1998 AND 1999 TAX DECREASE PHASE IN RATES (File F70/F96). 


Mr. P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer advised of the various anticipated class changes 
for the industrial/commercial assessment and when updates can be expected to the Current Value 
Assessment and their possible affect on the tax rates. 


He also advised that the tax bills for residential are anticipated to be issued in June, 2000 and the 
non-residential bills are anticipated to be issued in August. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the correspondence from Ms. Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated 
April 13, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 15, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — 2000 
PROPERTY TAX POLICY ISSUES — RATIFYING THE 1998 AND 1999 TAX 
DECREASE PHASE IN RATES (File F70/F96) be received. 


Correspondence from Mr. John LeMaistre, Executive Director/City Clerk, City of Nepean, 
undated, re: RESOLUTION — PROVINCIAL DELEGATION TO MUNICIPALITIES TO 
REGULATE THE USE OF PESTICIDES (File G00). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C162-2000 


Correspondence from Mr. James Harbell, Stikeman and Elliot, Barristers and Solicitors, re: : 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW, AND PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — 
TORNORTH HOLDINGS LIMITED — PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 6 E.HLS. — 
WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) 


DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATION E2, RESOLUTION C184-2000 


J. RESOLUTIONS - nil 


K. NOTICE OF MOTION - nil 


L. PETITIONS - nil 


M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS -— nil 


N. TENDERS 
O. BY-LAWS 
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C196-2000 


Moved by Regional Councillor Begley 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That By-laws 83-2000 to 91-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of May 8, 2000, be given 
the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, and 
Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


83-2000 To authorize the entering into of an agreement permitting the encroachment of a retaining 
wall on City property — 8305 McLaughlin Road (File ) (See Report F 1) 


84-2000 To authorize the acquisition of an easement over Part of Lot 6, Concession 5 E.H.S. and 
the acquisition of Parts 1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7, Plan 43R-23939 also known as Groveland 
Parkette (File ) (See Report F 2). 


85-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended - HOUSEKEEPING 
ZONING AMENDMENT — GUGLIETTI BROTHERS INVESTMENTS LIMITED — 
EAST SIDE OF CHINGUACOUSY ROAD, NORTH OF TRANSCANADA PIPELINE 
EASEMENT — WARD 6 (File C2W14.1 and 21T-98028B) (See Report F 3). 


86-2000 To authorize the execution of a lease amending agreement with 850333 Ontario Inc. (cob 
Fanzorelli’s) (File ) (See Report F 4). 


87-2000 To authorize the execution of an occupancy and easement agreement with 1388688 
Ontario Limited (File T04) (See Report F 17). 


88-2000To prevent the application of part lot control to part of Registered Plan 43M-1339 and 
43M-1068 (File P83) 


89-2000 To establish certain lands as Hurontario Street — Part of Lot 10, Concession | E.H.S., 
Part 5, Plan 43R-24227 (File ). 


90-2000 To establish certain lands as part of County Court Boulevard — Part of Lot 14, 
Concession | E.H.S., Parts 6 and 11, Plan 43R-9124 (File ) 


91-2000 To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended — Community Safety Zones (File) 


CARRIED 


CLOSED SESSION 


At 4:25 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C197-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Begley 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 
> security of the property of the municipality or local board 
CARRIED 


Council moved in to Open Session at 5:10 p.m. 


2000 05 08 


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Pp. CONFIRMING BY-LAW 


C198-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Begley 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That By-laws 92-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of May 8, 2000, be given the 
required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, and 
Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 

92-2000 To confirm the proceedings of the Regular Council Meeting held May 8, 2000 


CARRIED 


Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C199-2000 Moved by City Councillor Callahan 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Begley 


That this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, May 24, 2000 at 7:00 p.m., or at 


the call of the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 5:15 P.M. ON MAY 8, 2000 


MAYOR PETER ROBERTSON 


L. J. MIKULICH, CITY CLERK 


2000 05 08 Page 40 of 40 


MAY 15, 2000 —2:40 P.M. 


SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


PRESENT Mayor P. Robertson 
Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 — G. Miles 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6, and 10 — P. Palleschi 
City Councillor Ward 1 — B. Hunter 
City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 
City Councillor Ward 3 — B. Callahan 
City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 
City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 
City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton 
City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 
City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards 
City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 


ABSENT Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 — L. Bissell (Other Municipal Business) 
City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak (vacation) 
City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames (vacation) 


STAFF PRESENT Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 
Mr. A. D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 
Mr. J. Corbett, Director of Development Services, Planning and Building, 
Acting Commissioner of Planning and Building 
Mr. C. Connor, Corporation Counsel and Director of Real Estate Services, 
Acting Commissioner of Planning and Building 


MINUTES 
City Council 


A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C200-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Sprovieri 


That the Agenda for the May 15, 2000 Special Meeting be approved as amended to add the 
following: 


Ci. Additional Delegation, re: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT REPORT - 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — 
PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — PART OF LOT 10, 
CONCESSION 6 E.H.S — WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) (See Report D 1 and By-law 93- 
2000) 


2. Mr. Neil Davis, Davis, Webb, Schulze and Moon 


El. Resolution, re: DIRECT DEMOCRACY THROUGH MUNICIPAL 
REFERENDUMS ACT, 2000 — BILL 62 (File G65) 


Fl. Notice of Motion; re: MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AWARENESS MONTH AND THE 
ONTARIANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (File A00). 
CARRIED 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 


1. 


Mayor Robertson declared a conflict of interest with respect to Delegation C1, Report D1 and By- 
law 93-2000, re: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT REPORT — APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN 
OF SUBDIVISION — PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S — WARD 11 (File 
C6E10.3) as his family has been a part owner of Tempson Holdings since 1968 and have a 
possible real estate interest with Tornorth Holdings Limited. 


C. DELEGATIONS 


Note: 


Mayor Robertson declared a conflict of interest with respect to Delegation C1, Report D1 and By- 
law 93-2000, re: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT REPORT — APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN 
OF SUBDIVISION — PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S — WARD 11 (File 
C6E10.3) as his family has been a part owner of Tempson Holdings since 1968 and have a 
possible real estate interest with Tornorth Holdings Limited. 


Regional Councillor Fennell assumed the Chair as Acting Mayor 


Cl. 


2000 05 15 


Delegations, re;) OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT REPORT — APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN 
OF SUBDIVISION — PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S — WARD 11 (File 
C6E10.3) (See Report D 1 and By-law 93-2000) 


1. Mr. Don Given, Malone Given Parsons Limited 
2. Mr. Neil Davis, Davis, Webb, Schulze and Moon 


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C201-2000 
LOST 


C202-2000 


Mr. Don Given, Malone, Given Parsons Limited appeared on behalf of the applicants and advised 
that the proposed Official Plan Amendment for Tornorth Holdings Limited is within the 
provisions approved by the Ontario Municipal Board. 


Mr. Neil Davis, Davis, Webb Schulze and Moon appeared on behalf of McKinley Transport in 
opposition to the proposed Official Plan Amendment for Tornorth Holdings Limited. 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 
> the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor/client privilege, including communications 
necessary for that purpose. 
LOST 


Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the delegations to the Council Meeting of May 15, 2000, re: OFFICIAL PLAN 
AMENDMENT REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND 
ZONING BY-LAW — PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — PART OF LOT 10, 
CONCESSION 6 E.H.S — WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) be received; and 


1. Mr. Don Given, Malone Given Parsons Limited 
2: Mr. Neil Davis, Davis, Webb, Schulze and Moon 


That the report from J. Corbett, Director of Development Services, Planning and Building and 

P. Snape, Development Planner, dated May 11, 2000, re: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT 
REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW 
— PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 6 
E.H.S — WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) be received; and 


That By-law 93-2000 be passed to adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-136; and 
That it is hereby determined that in adopting Official Plan Amendment OP93-136, Council has 
regard to all matters of Provincial Interest and the Provincial Policy Statements as set out in 


section 3 and 3(5) , respectively of the Planning Act R.S.O., cP 13, as amended. 


CARRIED 


D. REPORTS FROM OFFICIALS 


D1. 


2000 05 15 


Report from J. Corbett, Director of Development Services, Planning and Building and 

P. Snape, Development Planner, dated May 11, 2000, re: OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT 
REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW 
— PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 6 
E.H.S — WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) (See Delegation C 1 and By-law 93-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATION C1, RESOLUTION C202-2000 


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E. RESOLUTION 


El. 


C203-2000 


Resolution, re: DIRECT DEMOCRACY THROUGH MUNICIPAL REFERENDUMS ACT, 
2000 — BILL 62 (File G65) 


Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the reports from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, dated May 3, 5 and 12, 2000 
to the Special Council Meeting of May 15, 2000, re: DIRECT DEMOCRACY THROUGH 
MUNICIPAL REFERENDUMS ACT, 2000 — BILL 62 (File G65) be received; and 


That Brampton City Council expresses opposition to the “fast tracking” of Bill 62 - Direct 
Democracy Through Municipal Referendums Act, 2000 without the valuable input of all the 
municipalities in the Province of Ontario; and 


That the Association of Municipalities of Ontario challenge Bill 62 - Direct Democracy Through 
Municipal Referendums Act, 2000 on behalf of its members, if the Legislation passes through the 
Ontario Legislature; and 

That the Province of Ontario be so notified of the above noted opposition; and 

That the City Manager be instructed to prepare an informational press release, on behalf of the 
Members of Council regarding Bill 62 - Direct Democracy Through Municipal Referendums Act, 
2000 on the impact this proposed legislation on the City of Brampton citizens. 


CARRIED 


F. NOTICE OF MOTION 


The following notice of motion was introduced by City Councillor Hunter to be considered at the May 24, 
2000 Council Meeting: 


2000 05 15 


“Whereas 1.5 million Ontarians with disabilities face many barriers when they seek to participate 
in all aspects of Ontario life such as getting a job, using public goods, services and facilities such 
as health care and education; and 


Whereas the most recent resolution by the Province of Ontario calls for a strong and effective 
Ontarians with Disabilities Act to be enacted no later than November 23, 2001; and 


Whereas there is an urgent and pressing need for a new, strong and effective law to achieve a 
barrier to free Ontario for people with disabilities; and 


Whereas the Citizens of Brampton recognize the need to express support for a strong and effective 
Ontarians Disabilities Act; and 


Now Therefore Be It Resolved that the month of May be proclaimed as Multiple Sclerosis 
Awareness Week in Brampton; and 


That this Council support the need for a new Ontarians Disabilities Act; and 


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That we call on the Ontario Legislature to ensure that there will be open, accessible public 
hearings on any new bill that is introduced, which will be held across Ontario, in which all who 
wish can participate, so that Ontarians with disabilities can have a meaningful voice in this 
legislation.” 


G. BY-LAWS 


C204-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Begley 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That By-law 93-2000 and 94-2000 before Council at its Special Meeting of May 15, 2000, be 
given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 
and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


93-2000 To adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-136 —- OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT 
REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY- 
LAW — PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — PART OF LOT 10, 
CONCESSION 6 E.H.S — WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) 

94-2000 To confirm the proceedings for the Special Council Meeting held on May 15, 2000. 


CARRIED 


H. ADJOURNMENT 


C205-2000 Moved by City Councillor Callahan 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


That this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, May 24, 2000 at 7:00 p.m., or at 
the call of the Mayor. 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 2:55 P.M. ON MAY 15, 2000. 


REGIONAL COUNCILLOR SUSAN FENNELL, ACTING 
MAYOR 


L. J. MIKULICH, CITY CLERK 


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PRESENT 


ABSENT 


STAFF PRESENT 


MAY 24, 2000 — 7:10 P.M. 


REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


Mayor P. Robertson 

Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley (left at 10:15 p.m.) 

Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell 

Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 

Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 —G. Miles 

Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi (left at 10:45 p.m.) 

City Councillor Ward 1 - B. Hunter 

City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 

City Councillor Ward 3 — B. Callahan (arrived at 7:50 p.m. — 
Other Municipal Business) 

City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco (left at 10:45 p.m.) 

City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 

City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton 

City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 

City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards 

City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 

City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 


City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames - vacation 


Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 

Mr. R. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 

Ms. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 

Mr. A. D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 
Mr. J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 
Mr. P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services 
Mr. T. Irwin, Deputy Fire Chief, Community Services 

Mr. L. J. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services 

Ms. W. Cooke, Legislative Coordinator, Legal Services 


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C206-2000 Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 

Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 

That the Agenda for the May 24, 2000 Regular Council Meeting be approved as amended as 

follows: 

To add the following: 

6. PROCLAMATION - St. John Ambulance Month — June 2000 

Announcement re: Mr. Don Hadley winner of MasterCard Contest for Ontario Hockey 

League Super Fan of the Brampton Battalions. 

E4. Mr. Rick Pennycooke, President, Lakeshore Group, re: TRAFFIC PROGRAM FOR 
TRINITY COMMON —- NORTHEAST CORNER OF BOVAIRD DRIVE AND 
HIGHWAY 410 (File T03). 

F10. Report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, dated May 17, 2000, re: 
SUBLEASE TO PROVINCE AT 50 KENNEDY ROAD SOUTH COURTHOUSE 
(File B40) (See By-law 104-2000) 

F1l. Report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Corporation Counsel and Director of Enforcement 
Services, Legal Services dated May 19, 2000, re: REQUEST FROM ROTHMANS 
BENSON AND HEDGES FOR EXEMPTION OF SMOKING BY-LAW 115-99, AS 
AMENDED (File G02) (See By-law Committee Recommendation BL005-2000 from 
May 10, 2000, Delegation E 3 and Correspondence Item I 4) 

F12. Report from K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning, Development and Parks 
Operations, dated May 17, 2000, re: CIVIC DESIGN GUIDELINES AND 
OBJECTIVES (File A20). 

14. Correspondence from Dr. David McKeown, Medical Officer of Health, Region of Peel , 
dated May 19, 2000, re: REQUEST FROM ROTHMANS BENSON AND HEDGES 
FOR EXEMPTION OF SMOKING BY-LAW 115-99, AS AMENDED (File G02) 
(See By-law Committee Recommendation BL005-2000 from May 10, 2000, Delegation 
E 3 and Report F 11 and Correspondence Item I 4) 

I5. News Release from the City of Toronto, dated May 24, 2000, re: UPDATE ON 
TORONTO PUBLIC HEALTH CHARGES AGAINST ROTHMANS, BENSON 
AND HEDGES (File ) (See By-law Committee Recommendation BL005-2000 from 
May 10, 2000, Delegation E 3 and Report F 11 and Correspondence Item I 5) 

J 2. Resolution, re: COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE MEETING — JUNE 7, 
2000 

M1. _ Discussion, re: [CE CREAM TRUCKS ON RESIDENTIAL STREETS (File W94). 

By-law 104-2000 - To authorize the City to sublet a part of its leased premises to the Province of 

Ontario (See Report F 10) 

B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
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Mayor Robertson declared a conflict of interest with respect to Item C2, the Minutes of the 
Special Council Meeting of May 15, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 
PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, AND PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION — 
TORNORTH HOLDINGS LIMITED — PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 6 E.HLS. — 
WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) as his family has been a part owner of Tempson Holdings since 1968 
and have a possible real estate interest with Tornorth Holdings Limited. 


C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
Cl. REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING -— May 8, 2000 
C207-2000 Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 
That the Minutes of the Council Meeting held May 8, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 
2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 
C2: SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING - May 15, 2000 
Note: | Mayor Robertson declared a conflict of interest re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW, AND PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF 
SUBDIVISION — TORNORTH HOLDINGS LIMITED — PART OF LOT 10, 
CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. — WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) as his family has been a part 
owner of Tempson Holdings since 1968 and have a possible real estate interest with 
Tornorth Holdings Limited. and abstained from voting on this item. 
C208-2000 Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 
That the Minutes of the Special Council Meeting held May 15, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
May 24, 2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 
D. CONSENT MOTION 
C209-2000 Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 
That Council hereby approve 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: 
. Fl. That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated May 1, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: RESERVE #18 
DEPOSITS (File F00/T36) be received; and 
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* F 2. 
* F 3. 
* F5. 
* F 6. 
* F7. 
2000 05 24 


That the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be authorized to transfer $10,754.00 from Reserve 
Fund #18 to the Works and Transportation 2000 Current Budget Account 200233.001.0342.0335, 
for the works described in the subject report; and 


That the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be authorized to transfer $2,252.00 from Reserve Fund 
#18 to the Works and Transportation Current Budget Account 200212.001.0342.0335 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated May 3, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: OMNIBUS (HOUSEKEEPING) ZONING BY-LAW 
AMENDMENT - TO AMEND COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 151-88 — EAST 
SIDE OF SUNNY MEADOW BOULEVARD, NORTH OF LARKSPUR ROAD —- WARD 
10 (File CS5E11.05) be received; and 


That By-law 95-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended; 
and 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


That the report from A. Pritchard, Real Estate Coordinator, Legal Services, dated May 8, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: RECYCLING DEPOT LEASE WITH REGION OF 
PEEL — WILLIAMS PARKWAY WORKS YARD (File B40) be received; and 


That the Region of Peel be authorized to make application to the City of Brampton Planning and 
Building Department at the Region of Peel’s expense for the purpose of amending the Zoning By- 
law to permit the development and operation of a Community Recycling Centre on part of the 
Williams Parkway Works Yard Property; and 


That consideration of the lease for the Recycling Centre be deferred to the June 26, 2000 Council 
Meeting to allow completion of the lease negotiations. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation , dated May 12, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: BRAMPTON 
FOLK FESTIVAL — SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2000 (File W25), be received; and 


That permission be granted for the closure of Wellington Street from Main Street to George Street 
on Saturday, June 17, 2000 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated May 12, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: LIONS CLUB 
OF ONTARIO PARADE — SATURDAY MAY 27, 2000 (File W25) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the Lions Club of Ontario Parade occurring Saturday, May 27, 
2000, subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated May 12, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: BRAMPTON 
FARMER’S MARKET — ROAD CLOSURE REQUEST MAIN STREET BETWEEN 


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* F 8. 
. F10. 
* Il. 
* 12. 
= Nl. 
2000 05 24 


QUEEN STREET AND MARKET SQUARE BOULEVARD/NELSON STREET WEST 
(File W25) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the closure of Main Street between Queen Street and Market 
Square Boulevard/Nelson Street West to accommodate the Brampton Farmers’ Market occurring 
consecutive Saturdays commencing June 17, 2000 to October 7, 2000 inclusive, subject to 
standard permit conditions; and 


That permission be granted to allow utilization of Vivian Lane as an “Artists Alley” for the 
Brampton Farmers’ Market occurring Saturdays commencing June 17, 2000 to October 7, 2000 
inclusive, subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated May 12, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: MARCH FOR 
JESUS — SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 2000 (File W25) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the March for Jesus occurring on Saturday, June 10, 2000, subject 
to standard permit conditions; and 


That permission be granted for the closure of Wellington Street from Main Street to George Street 
on Saturday, June 10, 2000, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 


That the report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, dated May 17, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: SUBLEASE TO PROVINCE AT 50 KENNEDY 
ROAD SOUTH COURTHOUSE (File B40) be received; and 


That By-law 104-2000 be passed to authorize staff to negotiate and finalize a sublease to the 
Province of Ontario for the Province’s existing court facilities at 50 Kennedy Road South; and 


That the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute such instruments as may be necessary to 
give effect to this By-law 


That the correspondence from Mr. John Hachey, Honourary Chair, PCP Program, Federation of 
Canadian Municipalities, dated May 2, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: 
RESOLUTION — MUNICIPAL LEADER’S STATEMENT ON CLIMATE CHANGE 
(File GOO) be received; and 


That resolution attached with the subject correspondence be endorsed. 


That the correspondence from Ms. Andrea Rivest, Acting Clerk, Town of Lakeshore, undated to 
the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — LOW WATER LEVEL 
PROBLEM (File G00) be received. 


That the report from J. Brophy, Director of Maintenance and Operations, Works and 
Transportation, dated May 12, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: CONTRACT — 
2000-001 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF THREE (3) CUBE CUTAWAY VANS- C/W 14 
FOOT FIBERGLASS BODIES (File F81) be approved; and 


That Contract 2000-001 be awarded to Roy’s Pontiac Buick Cadillac Inc. in the total amount of 
$151,282.50 being the most responsive and responsible bid received. 


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That the report from J. Brophy, Director of Maintenance and Operations, Works and 
Transportation, dated May 4, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: CONTRACT 
2000-009 - SUPPLY AND INSTALL FOUR (4) ONLY PRE-WETTING APPLICATION 
BULK SPREADERS AND ONE (1) ONLY MIXING PLANT WITH STORAGE TANKS 
FOR ICE AND SNOW CONTROL (File F81) be approved; and 


That Contract 2000-009 be awarded to G.C. Duke Equipment Limited in the total amount of 
$257,945.00 being the most responsive and responsible bid received. 


That the report from J. Wright, Chief Information Officer, Corporate Services, dated May 5, 2000 
to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL RFP2000-002 — 
FOR THE LEASE FINANCING MICROCOMPUTER EQUIPMENT (File F81) be 
approved; and 


That Request for Proposal 2000-002 be awarded to MFP Financial Services Limited for the Year 
2000 being the most responsive and responsible Proposal received; and 


That the Proposal can be extended for an additional 24 month period subject to the satisfactory 
negotiations of both parties, performance levels and budget approvals. 


That the report from K. Walsh, Director Recreational Planning, Development and Parks 
Operations, dated May 9, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: CONTRACT 2000- 
004 —- FORMER OPP LANDS PARKING LOT CONSTRUCTION — PHASE 1 (File F81) be 
approved; and 


That Contract 2000-004 be awarded to Empire Paving Limited in the total corrected amount of 
$674,958.06 being the most responsive and responsible bid received. 


CARRIED 


PROCLAMATIONS 


1. 


2000 05 24 


Proclamation — LACROSSE WEEK - May 28 — June 3, 2000 


City Councillor Hunter presented Mr. Dean McLeod, Brampton Excelsior Lacrosse with the 
proclamation. Mr. McLeod highlighted the history of Lacrosse in the City of Brampton. 


Proclamation — PARKWAY PRIDE DAY -— May 27, 2000 

Mayor Robertson presented students from Parkway Public School with the proclamation. It was 
announced that there will be celebrations held at the school for students and members of the 
public on Saturday, May 27, 2000. 

Proclamation — NATIONAL KIDS’ DAY — June 10, 2000 

Mayor Robertson read the proclamation. 


Proclamation - CROSSING GUARD APPRECIATION DAY -— June 13, 2000 


Ms. Violet Smerka, Crossing Guard Supervisor and Mr. Fred Wickes of the Brampton Safety 
Council were present to receive the proclamation. 


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Proclamation — SAFE CITY DAY -— June 10, 2000 

Mr. Michael Halls and Mr. Larry Zacher of the Safe City Committee were present to receive the 
proclamation. They advised that there will be Safe City Day celebrations held in Chinguacousy 
Park on June 10, 2000 and highlighted the various groups and organizations that are contributing 
and participating in this event. 


Proclamation — ST. JOHN’S AMBULANCE MONTH - June, 2000 


Ms. Ann Dean of St. John’s Ambulance was in attendance to receive the proclamation. 


ANNOUNCEMENTS 


1. 


MR. DON HADLEY WINNER OF MASTERCARD CONTEST FOR ONTARIO 
HOCKEY LEAGUE SUPER FAN OF THE BRAMPTON BATTALIONS. 


Mr. Don Hadley was congratulated by Council for being the winner of the Mastercard Contest for 
the Ontario Hockey League Super Fan. He advised that he will be attending the Memorial Cup 
Final Game on Sunday, May 28, 2000 and he would be sitting with the other Hockey League 
winners and will be wearing his Brampton Battalion jersey. Regional Councillor Fennell 
informed that Mr. Hadley has a chance to be chosen to appear in a Master Card advertisement. 


E. DELEGATIONS 


El. 


E 2. 


C210-2000 


2000 05 24 


Delegations for Report F 3, re: RECYCLING DEPOT LEASE WITH REGION OF PEEL - 
WILLIAMS PARKWAY WORKS YARD (File B40). 


Mayor Robertson asked if there were any members of the public in attendance that wished to 
address Council in this regard. 


Mr. Martin Van Zon, President, Interkom Creative Marketing, re: PRESENTATION OF THE 
“OUR BRAMPTON” BOOK (File M00). 


Mr. Martin Van Zon, President, Interkom Creative Marketing presented each member of Council 
with a copy of the “Our Brampton” Coffee table book. He thanked all the contributors to the 
book as well as City Staff and Council Members who also played a part in the creation of the 
book. He introduced Ms. Julie Emerson who was the “Our Brampton” book photo contest winner 
and presented her with a gift. 


City Councillor Hunter thanked Mr. Van Zon and his company for the excellent job they did 
putting the book together. 


Moved by City Councillor Hunter 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


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That the delegation of Mr. Martin Van Zon, President, Interkom Creative Marketing to the 
Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: PRESENTATION OF THE “OUR BRAMPTON” 
BOOK (File M00) be received. 

CARRIED 


Delegations, re: EXEMPTION REQUEST FROM SMOKE FREE BY-LAW 115-99, 
AS AMENDED (File G02) (See By-law Committee Minutes from May 10, 2000, 
Recommendation BL005-2000). 


1. Mr. John McDonald, Rothmans, Benson and Hedges Inc. 
2: Ms. Janice Torrell, Rothmans, Benson and Hedges Inc. 
3. Dr. David McKeown, Medical Officer of Health, Region of Peel 


Mr. John McDonald, Director of Public Affairs, Rothmans Benson and Hedges appeared 
requesting that City Council uphold the decision made by the By-law Committee on May 10, 2000 
to exempt Rothmans Benson and Hedges from the provisions of the Smoke Free By-law 115-99, 
as amended, regarding smoking in the workplace. He advised that employees within their office 
test their products and feels that proper product testing can’t be conducted if they are confined to 
an enclosed smoking area. He also advised that they will be in compliance with the provincial 
standards for smoking in the workplace. He indicated that an immediate decision on the 
exemption from the Brampton By-law is required so that the final plans for the renovations at the 
Brampton plant located on Kennedy Road can be completed. 


Ms. Janice Torrell, an employee at Rothmans Benson and Hedges concurred with Mr. 
McDonald’s remarks. 


Dr. David McKeown, Medical Officer of Health, Region of Peel advised Council of his concerns 
if they grant the exemption to Rothmans, Benson and Hedges. He advised that the Brampton By- 
law has already been massaged to help larger industries with the implementation time of their 
smoking areas. He advised that the Province has handed down the authority to municipalities to 
enforce stricter provisions with regards to smoking in public and workplaces and that the majority 
of the municipalities in the Greater Toronto Area have implemented very similar strict Smoke 
Free 

By-laws to keep a level playing field for business within the area. 


Discussion took place with regards to a possible tour of the Toronto Offices of Rothmans Benson 
and Hedges were they are conducting product testing at this time before granting an exemption 
and possibly working together to achieve a compromise with regards to their product testing. Dr. 
McKeown advised that Rothmans is not permitted to conduct product testing in their offices under 
the Toronto Smoke Free By-law and that Toronto is currently in the process of laying charges 
against Rothmans for their permitting the testing in their office areas. 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


That the Delegations to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: EXEMPTION REQUEST 
FROM SMOKE FREE BY-LAW 115-99, AS AMENDED (File G02) be received; and 


1. Mr. John McDonald, Rothmans, Benson and Hedges Inc. 


2. Ms. Janice Torrell, Rothmans, Benson and Hedges Inc. 
3. Dr. David McKeown, Medical Officer of Health, Region of Peel 


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C212-2000 
LOST 


C213-2000 


2000 05 24 


That the correspondence from Dr. David McKeown, Medical Officer of Health, Region of Peel , 
dated May 19, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: REQUEST FROM 
ROTHMANS BENSON AND HEDGES FOR EXEMPTION OF SMOKING BY-LAW 115- 
99, AS AMENDED (File G02) be received; and 


That the News Release from the City of Toronto, dated May 24, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
May 24, 2000, re: UPDATE ON TORONTO PUBLIC HEALTH CHARGES AGAINST 
ROTHMANS, BENSON AND HEDGES (File G02) be received. 


CARRIED 


Recommendation BL005-2000 was extracted out the By-law Minutes from May 10, 2000 and 
dealt with at this time. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Begley 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 


That the delegation of Mr. John McDonald, Rothmans, Benson and Hedges Inc to the By-law 
Committee Meeting of May 10, 2000., re: EXEMPTION REQUEST FROM SMOKE FREE BY- 
LAW 115-99, AS AMENDED (File G02) be received; and 


That By-law 115-99, as amended be amended under provisions for Smoking in the Workplace to 
include the following clause: 


“This By-law shall not apply to the workplaces of Rothmans, Benson and Hedges Inc. or to other 
tobacco research and testing facilities of manufacturers of tobacco products”. 


That the correspondence from Mr. John R. McDonald, Director of Public Affairs, Rothmans, 
Benson and Hedges Inc., dated April 18, 2000 to the By-law Committee Meeting of May 10, 2000, 
re: EXEMPTION REQUEST FROM SMOKE FREE BY-LAW 115-99, AS AMENDED (File 
G02) be received. 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE, THE CITY CLERK NOTED THE MOTION “LOST” — 7 
YEAS, 9 NAYS AND 1 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 
Begley Mayor Hames 
Palleschi Bissell 
Hunter Fennell 
Callahan Miles 
DiMarco Jeffrey 
Hutton Gibson 
Cowie Richards 

Metzak 

Sprovieri 

LOST 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


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Whereas Rothmans Benson and Hedges have requested an exemption to the Smoking By-law for 
their facility on Kennedy Road South; and 


Whereas staff are currently working on special provisions which will apply to the manufacturing 
industry, to allow phased in implementation of Designated Smoking Rooms; and 


Be It Resolved that staff work with Rothmans, Benson and Hedges to assist them in meeting their 
needs through the proposed special provisions or amendment for phased implementation 
applicable to manufacturers. 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE, THE CITY CLERK NOTED THE MOTION “CARRIED” 
— 15 YEAS, 1 NAY AND 1 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 


Robertson Callahan Hames 
Begley 
Bissell 
Fennell 
Miles 
Palleschi 
Hunter 
Jeffrey 
DiMarco 
Gibson 
Hutton 
Cowie 
Richards 
Metzak 
Sprovieri 
CARRIED 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Corporation Counsel and Director of Enforcement 
Services, Legal Services, dated May 19, 2000, re: REQUEST FROM ROTHMANS, BENSON 
AND HEDGES FOR EXEMPTION TO THE SMOKING BY-LAW (File G02) be received. 


CARRIED 


Council recessed from 9:25 p.m. to 9:40 p.m. 


E 4. 


2000 05 24 


Mr. Rick Pennycooke, President, Lakeshore Group, re: TRAFFIC PROGRAM FOR TRINITY 
COMMON —- NORTHEAST CORNER OF BOVAIRD DRIVE AND HIGHWAY 410 (File 
TO3). 


Mr. Rick Pennycooke, President, Lakeshore Group advised that Trinity Common will be 

addressing some of their traffic flow problems. Possible solutions were: 

> Improving signage from the Highway 410 

> Removal of the first stop sign in the vicinity of Canada Trust as you enter the plaza from 
Bovaird Drive 


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Centre left turn movement into plaza which will not affect the other traffic on Bovaird 
Placement of speed humps/bumps in the driveway between A & P and Canadian Tire 
Additional traffic flow signage within the plaza area. 


VV V 


Mayor Robertson suggested a possible trolley system to be used for transporting customers within 
the mall area. 


Mr. Pennycooke advised that he would appear at future Works and Transportation Committee 
Meetings for status updates of the successfulness of their proposed solutions. 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


That the delegation of Mr. Rick Pennycooke, President, Lakeshore Group to the Council Meeting 
of May 24, 2000, re: TRAFFIC PROGRAM FOR TRINITY COMMON -— NORTHEAST 
CORNER OF BOVAIRD DRIVE AND HIGHWAY 410 (File T03) be received. 


CARRIED 


F. REPORTS FROM OFFICIALS 


* Fl. 


F 4. 


C216-2000 


2000 05 24 


Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated May 1, 2000, re: RESERVE #18 DEPOSITS (File F00/T36). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated May 3, 2000, re: 
OMNIBUS (HOUSEKEEPING) ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - TO AMEND 
COMPREHENSIVE ZONING BY-LAW 151-88 —- EAST SIDE OF SUNNY MEADOW 
BOULEVARD, NORTH OF LARKSPUR ROAD — WARD 10 (File C5E11.05) (See By-law 
95-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 

Report from A. Pritchard, Real Estate Coordinator, Legal Services, dated May 8, 2000, re: 
RECYCLING DEPOT LEASE WITH REGION OF PEEL — WILLIAMS PARKWAY 
WORKS YARD (File B40). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 

Report from K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning, Development and Parks Operations, 
Community Services, dated May 2, 2000, re: CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKLAND 
DEDICATION FOR COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENTS (File F58). 


Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Begley 


That the report from K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning, Development and Parks 
Operations, Community Services, dated May 2, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: 


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* F 5. 
* F6. 
‘ F7. 
a F 8. 
F9. 
C217-2000 
2000 05 24 


CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKLAND DEDICATION FOR COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL 
DEVELOPMENTS (File F58) be received; and 


That reinstating of the collection of 2% cash-in-lieu of parkland dedication for all new industrial 
and commercial developments in the City of Brampton; and 


That Council Resolution C115-94 and Committee of the Whole Resolution CW004-96 (as 
approved by Council Resolution C250-96) respecting the waiver of collection of the 2% cash-in- 
lieu of parkland conveyance for industrial and commercial development be rescinded; and 


That By-law 103-2000 be passed to amend By-law 41-2000 to give effect to the foregoing 
recommendations. 
CARRIED 


Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation , 
dated May 12, 2000, re: BRAMPTON FOLK FESTIVAL — SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2000 
(File W25). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 

Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated May 12, 2000, re: LIONS CLUB OF ONTARIO PARADE —- SATURDAY MAY 27, 
2000 (File W25). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 

Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated May 12, 2000, re: BRAMPTON FARMER’S MARKET — ROAD CLOSURE 
REQUEST MAIN STREET BETWEEN QUEEN STREET AND MARKET SQUARE 
BOULEVARD/NELSON STREET WEST (File W25). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 

Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated May 12, 2000, re: MARCH FOR JESUS — SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 2000 (File W25). 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 

Report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated May 14, 2000, re: YEAR- 
END FINANCES AT BRAMPTON CENTRE FOR SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT 
(File A43). 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


That the report from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated May 14, 2000 to 


the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: YEAR-END FINANCES AT BRAMPTON 
CENTRE FOR SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT (File A43) be received; and 


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F 12. 

C218-2000 


That the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be authorized to transfer up to $388,153.50 to 
Brampton Centre Limited Partnership, representing the reconciliation of the 1999 audited 
statement owing under contract by the City from the Project Fund established for this purpose; 
and 


That the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be authorized to provide the final priority advance for 
2000 of $100,000 from the Project Fund established for this purpose; and 


That the Chair of the Recreation Business Advisory Committee and the Commissioner of 
Community Services report back to Council at the end of June 2000 with an update on the 
Brampton Centre for Sports and Entertainment operations for 2000. 


CARRIED 


Report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, dated May 17, 2000, re: SUBLEASE 
TO PROVINCE AT 50 KENNEDY ROAD SOUTH COURTHOUSE (File B40) (See By-law 
104-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 


Report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Corporation Counsel and Director of Enforcement Services, 
Legal Services dated May 19, 2000, re: REQUEST FROM ROTHMANS BENSON AND 
HEDGES FOR EXEMPTION OF SMOKING BY-LAW 115-99, AS AMENDED (File G02) 
(See By-law Committee Recommendation BL005-2000 from May 10, 2000, Delegation E 2 and 
Correspondence Item I 4) 


DEALT WITH UNDER ITEM E 2, RESOLUTION C214-2000 


Report from K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning, Development and Parks Operations, 
dated May 17, 2000, re: CIVIC DESIGN GUIDELINES AND OBJECTIVES (File A20). 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the report from K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning, Development and Parks 
Operations, dated May 17, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: CIVIC DESIGN 
GUIDELINES AND OBJECTIVES (File A20) be received; and 


That the Civic Design Workshop with all Council Members and members of staff be held on June 
5, 2000 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Council Committee Room 
CARRIED 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


Gl. 


C219-2000 


2000 05 24 


Minutes -ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE — May 10, 2000 


Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 


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AF011-2000 


AF012-2000 


AF013-2000 


AF014-2000 


AF015-2000 


AF016-2000 


AF017-2000 


2000 05 24 


That the Minutes of the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of May 10, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, Recommendations AF01 1-200 to AF018-2000 be approved as 
printed and circulated. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting dated May 10, 2000 be 
approved, as printed and circulated. 


That the report from L.V. McCool, City Manager, dated April 3, 2000, to the Administration and 
Finance Committee Meeting of May 10, 2000, re: CORPORATE ENDORSEMENTS 
PROTOCOL (File A01) be received; and, 


That the Corporate Endorsements Protocol, as appended to the aforementioned report, be 
approved, as amended, to include a provision that each request for corporate endorsement be 
accompanied by an indication of the context in which such an endorsement would be used. 


That the report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services, dated April 
3, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of May 10, 2000, re: 
STATEMENT OF RESERVES AND RESERVE FUNDS — DECEMBER 31, 1999 (File F08) 
be received. 


That the report from P. Honeyborne, Controller/Deputy Treasurer, Corporate Services, dated May 
1, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of May 10, 2000, re: 
STATEMENT OF RESERVES AND RESERVE FUNDS — MARCH 31, 2000 (File F08) be 
received. 


That the report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Real Estate Services, Legal Services, dated 
May 3, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of May 10, 2000, re: 
DIRECT DEMOCRACY THROUGH MUNICIPAL REFERENDUMS ACT, 2000 (File 
LO1) be referred to a working session of Council to be held prior to the Special Council Meeting 
of Monday, May 15, 2000; and, 


That the report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Real Estate Services, Legal Services, dated 
May 5, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of May 10, 2000, re: 
ADDENDUM TO MAY 3, 2000 REPORT TITLED DIRECT DEMOCRACY THROUGH 
MUNICIPAL REFERENDUMS ACT, 2000 (File L01) be referred to a working session of 
Council to be held prior to the Special Council Meeting of Monday, May 15, 2000. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Michael Power, President, Association of Municipalities of 
Ontario, dated March 20, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of May 10, 
2000, re: ONTARIO MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM (OMERS) 
PENSION PLAN (File H20) be received; and, 


That Marianne Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services, be supported in her work as an 
employer representative on the Board of Directors of the Ontario Municipal Employees 
Retirement System (OMERS). 


That the MINUTES OF THE GOVERNANCE RESTRUCTURING COMMITTEE 


MEETING OF MARCH 15, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of 
May 10, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


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GR001-2000 


AF018-2000 


G2. 


C220-2000 


BL004-2000 


BL006-2000 


BL007-2000 


BL008-2000 


BL009-2000 


2000 05 24 


The recommendation was approved as follows: 


That the Governance Restructuring Committee do now adjourn to meet again in April, 2000 at the 
call of the Chair. 


That the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of May 10, 2000 do now adjourn to 
meet again on Wednesday, June 14, 2000, at 1:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


Minutes - BY-LAW COMMITTEE — May 10, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the Minutes of the By-law Committee Meeting of May 10, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
May 24, 2000, Recommendations BL004-2000 to BL010-200 be approved as amended to delete 
Recommendation BL005-2000 as it was extracted and dealt with under Delegation E 3, 
Resolution C212-2000. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the By-law Committee Meeting dated May 10, 2000, be approved, as 
amended, to add: 


El. Mr. John McDonald, Rothmans, Benson and Hedges Inc., re: EXEMPTION 
REQUEST FROM SMOKE FREE BY-LAW 115-99, AS AMENDED 
(File G02) (See Item K 1) 


Ll. Discussion, re: PARKING VIOLATIONS — FIRE ROUTE, HANDICAPPED AND 
UNLAWFULLY PARKING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY (File L30) 


That the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated March 9, 2000 to the By-law Committee Meeting of May 10, 2000, re: WORKS AND 
TRANSPORTATION REPORT FOR FEBRUARY 2000 (File G24) be received. 


That the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated May 1, 2000 to the By-law Committee Meeting of May 10, 2000, re: TOW TRUCK 
GROSS WEIGHT AMENDMENT (File W93) be received; and 


That the requirement for the gross vehicle weight rating be reduced from not less than 5,216 kg. 
(11,5000 Ibs.) to not less than 4,536 kg. (10,000 lbs.) ; and 


That Schedule 22 to By-law 15-91, as amended, be amended to reflect this change. 


That the report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Corporation Counsel and Director of Enforcement, 
Legal Services, dated March 22, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 10, 2000, re: PROPERTY 
STANDARDS, BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND PROSECUTION STATISTICS — 
OCTOBER 1, 1999 TO DECEMBER 31, 1999 (File G11) be received. 


That the Report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Corporation Council and Director of Enforcement 


dated March 23, 2000 to the By-law Committee Meeting of May 10, 2000, re: LICENSING OF 
HORSEBACK RIDING STABLES AND RIDING CAMPS (File W00) be deferred to the 


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BLO010-2000 


G3. 


C221-2000 


PB140-2000 


PB141-2000 


PB142-2000 


PB143-2000 


2000 05 24 


June 14, 2000 By-law Committee Meeting so that Legal Services staff can have further 
consultation with the Equestrian Federation of Ontario with regards to content of the proposed by- 
law for the Licensing of Horseback Riding Stables and Riding Camps. 


That the By-Law Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, June 14, 2000, at 3:00 
p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


Minutes - PLANNING AND BUILDING COMMITTEE - May 15, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the Minutes of the Planning and Building Committee of May 15, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of May 24, 2000, Recommendations PB140-2000 to PB144-200 be approved as printed 
and circulated. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Planning & Building Committee Meeting dated May 15, 2000, be 
approved as printed. 


That the report from D. Water, Policy Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated May 8, 
2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of May 15, 2000, re: INFORMATION 
REPORT - GTA URBAN STRUCTURE CONCEPT (File G70GR) be received; and, 


That Council continue to support the Urban Structure Concept and encourage the Province to 
assume a greater role in the co-ordination and funding of regional transit initiatives; and, 


That Council’s resolution and a copy of this staff report dated May 8, 2000, be forwarded to the 
Office for the Greater Toronto Area (Ministry of Municipal Affairs & Housing) and the Region of 
Peel (Planning Department) for their consideration. 


That the report from A. Smith, Policy Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated May 8, 
2000, to the Planning and Building Committee meeting of May 15, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT - APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF A 
GROUP HOME TYPE 1 - HANRAHAN YOUTH SERVICES, WARD 9 (File C51GR) be 
received; and, 


That the by-law attached as Appendix “1” to the report dated May 8, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT - APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF A 
GROUP HOME TYPE 1 - HANRAHAN YOUTH SERVICES, WARD 9 (File C51GR) be 
forwarded to Council for adoption. 


That the report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, dated May 4, 2000, ree STATUS REPORT, REVIEW AND UPDATE OF THE 
CITY OF BRAMPTON INVENTORY OF HERITAGE RESOURCES (HERITAGE 
PRESERVATION TOOLS) (File G33LA) be received; and, 


That the evaluation of applications for the designation of any proposed “Heritage Conservation 
Districts” under the Ontario Heritage Act be postponed until after the completion and 


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PB144-2000 


G4. 


C222-2000 


WT039-2000 


WT040-2000 


WT041-2000 


WT042-2000 


2000 05 24 


endorsement by Council of an updated and revised City of Brampton Inventory of Heritage 
Resources. 


That the Planning & Building Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, June 5, 2000 
at 7:00 p.m. or at the call of the Chair. 


Minutes - WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE — May 17, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the Minutes of the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of May 17, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, Recommendations WT039-2000 to WT046-2000 be approved 
as printed and circulated. 

CARRIED 


That the Agenda for the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting dated May 17, 2000 be 
approved, as amended, to add: 


G3. Discussion re: FIVE YEAR CAPITAL WORKS PROGRAM —- ADVANCING THE 
CONSTRUCTION OF A LINK FROM CLARK BOULEVARD TO EASTERN 
AVENUE (File T21); and, 


H2. Discussion re: SPEEDING ON BRAEMAR DRIVE — WARD 8 (File T03). 


That the report from R.J. Bino, Director of Engineering and Development Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated May 1, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of May 
17, 2000 re: SUBDIVISION ASSUMPTION — PLAN 43M-1126 — WARD 10 (File 
C04E11.02) be received; and, 


That the aforementioned development be forwarded to the Commissioner of Legal Services and 
City Solicitor with a request that it be assumed by the City. 


That the report from R.A. Kester, Manager of Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated May 5, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of May 17, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED POLICY 2000-001 - MAJOR RECONSTRUCTION OF CITY ROADS (File 
A01/T21) be received; and, 

That the Proposed Policy 2000-001 — Major Reconstruction of City Roads, as appended to the 
aforementioned report, be approved; and, 


That the Commissioner of Works and Transportation be directed to enact Policy 2000-001 — 
Major Reconstruction of City Roads, with respect to all major reconstruction projects of City 


roads not currently subject to the Environmental Assessment Process. 


WHEREAS there is reasonable flexibility within our Five Year Capital Works Program based on 
City priority; 


THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the William Osler Hospital Board be informed that in the 
event they decide to build a new hospital in the Queen Street corridor, the City of Brampton will 


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WT043-2000 


WT044-2000 


WT045-2000 


SC059-2000 


SC060-2000 


SC061-2000 


SC062-2000 


2000 05 24 


cooperate in a timing way to move into the Five Year Capital Works Program the construction of 
a link from Clark Boulevard to Eastern Avenue to provide direct accessibility from the Highway 
410/Clark interchange to the hospital. 


That the report from D.B. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated May 8, 2000, to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of May 
17, 2000, re: TRAFFIC CONCERNS — PETER ROBERTSON BOULEVARD BETWEEN 
BRAMALEA ROAD AND DIXIE ROAD — WARD 10 (File T03) be received; and, 


That a by-law be passed to amend Traffic By-Law 93-93, as amended, to implement an All-Way 
Stop control at the intersection of Peter Robertson Boulevard and Hickorybush 
Avenue/Softneedle Avenue; and, 


That staff of the Traffic Engineering Services Division of the Works and Transportation 
Department be directed to have a continuous yellow centerline painted on Peter Robertson 
Boulevard from Hickorybush Avenue/Softneedle Avenue to Tall Oaks Place to separate and 
designate the two directions of traffic. 


WHEREAS the issue of SPEEDING ON BRAEMAR DRIVE — WARD 8 (File T03) has been 
an ongoing concern of residents; 


THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the speed limit on Braemar Drive be reduced to 40 
km/hour; and, 


That staff be directed to present the appropriate by-law to Council for enactment. 


That the MINUTES OF THE BRAMPTON SAFETY COUNCIL MEETING OF MAY 4, 
2000 (File G26), to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of May 17, 2000, be 
approved as printed and circulated. 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Brampton Safety Council Meeting dated May 4, 2000 be approved, as 
amended, to add: 


6.2 Correspondence from Brampton Safe City Association, undated, re: BRAMPTON 
SAFETY DAY — JUNE 10, 2000 -CHINGUACOUSY PARK & CURLING CLUB 
(File G26). 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of April 6, 2000, to the Brampton 
Safety Council Meeting of May 4, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


That the budget for the Crossing Guard Appreciation Lunch as set out in Recommendation 
SC055-2000, approved by Council on April 26, 2000, be increased by $600.00, for a revised total 
authorized expenditure of $2,600.00. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Shino Philips, Peel Health, Region of Peel, dated April 17, 
2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of May 4, 2000, re: PEEL HEALTH MEETING 
RE CHILD INJURY PREVENTION SERVICES IN REGION OF PEEL — WEDNESDAY, 
MAY 17, 2000 (File G26) be received; and, 


That Paula Woodgate represent the Brampton Safety Council at the Peel Health Meeting re: Child 
Injury Prevention Services on Wednesday, May 17, 2000. 


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SC063-2000 That the correspondence from Ms. Penny Karas, Elmer Awards Committee, Safety Village 
Administrator, Peel Children’s Safety Village, dated April 26, 2000, to the Brampton Safety 
Council Meeting of May 4, 2000, re: REQUEST FOR SPONSORSHIP — ELMER SAFETY 
AWARDS (File G26) be received; and, 


That the Brampton Safety Council make a $500.00 sponsorship to the Elmer Awards Committee. 


SC064-2000 That the report (e-mail) from D. Burton, Parking Enforcement Shift Supervisor, Administrative 
Services, Works and Transportation Department, dated April 26, 2000, to the Brampton Safety 
Council Meeting of May 4, 2000, re: ENFORCEMENT RESULTS — HAROLD F. LOUGHIN 
SCHOOL -— APRIL 4, 2000 — APRIL 7, 2000 (File G26) be received. 


SC065-2000 That the correspondence from Brampton Safe City Association, undated, to the Brampton Safety 
Council Meeting of May 4, 2000, re: BRAMPTON SAFETY DAY — JUNE 10, 2000 — 
CHINGUACOUSY PARK & CURLING CLUB (File G26) be received; and, 


That the Brampton Safety Council forward a supply of brochures to the Brampton Safe City 
Association to be handed out on June 10, 2000. 


SC066-2000 That the verbal report of the SITE INSPECTION AT ST. STEPHEN CATHOLIC SCHOOL — 
WARD 2 —- MONDAY, APRIL 10, 2000 (File G26), to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of 
May 4, 2000, be received; and, 


That the exit onto Colonel Bertram be widened 4 feet to allow the buses room to exit; and, 


That the Day Care Centre be asked to send a reminder to their parents not to stop or park in the Kiss 
and Ride area when dropping off their children. 


SC067-2000 That the report of the SITE INSPECTION AT KINGSWOOD DRIVE PUBLIC SCHOOL — 
WARD 1 -—- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 2000 (File G26), to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting 
of May 4, 2000, be received; and, 


That the “No Parking” signage on the east side of Kingswood Drive be changed to “No Stopping” 
signage (Mon. to Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.); and, 


That the Principal be requested to eliminate the cones across the driveway so it may be utilized; and, 
That the School Board be requested to post “Fire Route” signage in the driveway; and 


That no crosswalk is necessary at this time as the current location at Linkdale is working; and 


That “No Stopping Mon. — Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.” signage be installed at the walkway located 
20 feet south of the driveway. 


SC068-2000 That the verbal report of the SITE INSPECTION AT ST. MARIA GORETTI CATHOLIC 
SCHOOL — WARD 6 —- MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2000 (File G26), to the Brampton Safety Council 
Meeting of May 4, 2000, be received; and, 


That the west driveway be one way in only, and that do no exit signs be posted and arrows to direct 
drivers to exit at the east end; and, 


That the Kiss and Ride Program be implemented, lane painting be done, and training be implemented in 
the Fall of 2000. 


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SC069-2000 


WT046-2000 


That the Brampton Safety Council do now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, June 1, 2000, at 
9:30 a.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


That the Works and Transportation Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, June 
21, 2000, at 1:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 


H1. 


C223-2000 


REFERRED FROM THE MAY 1, 2000 PLANNING AND BUILDING COMMITTEE 
MEETING RECOMMENDATION PB132-2000, 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the Planning and Building Committee recognizes the Downtown Incentive Program and we 
confirm that the Loan Program is for building fagade(s) with a maximum amount of $10,000.00 
per loan; and, 


That staff be instructed to write a report on how to administer the Incentive Loan Program and to 
include measures on how each application will be considered on an individual needed basis. 


CARRIED 


I. CORRESPONDENCE 


= 11. 


13. 


C224-2000 


2000 05 24 


Correspondence from Mr. John Hachey, Honorary Chair, PCP Program, Federation of Canadian 
Municipalities, dated May 2, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — MUNICIPAL LEADER’S 
STATEMENT ON CLIMATE CHANGE (File G00). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 

Correspondence from Ms. Andrea Rivest, Acting Clerk, Town of Lakeshore, undated, re: 
RESOLUTION — LOW WATER LEVEL PROBLEM (File G00) 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 

Correspondence from Mr. Keith L. Heller, Senior Vice-President, Eastern Canada Division, 
Canadian National, dated May 2, 2000, re: MAIN STREET GRADE SEPARATION — 
OPERATIONS OF TRAINS NORTH OF CN’S INTERMODAL TERMINAL AND CN 
BRIDGE AT MAIN STREET (File P46). 


Mr. A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation advised that staff is in the process 
of meeting the requirement to implement the anti-whistling by-law. 


Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Gibson 


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14. 


I5. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Keith L. Heller, Senior Vice-President, Eastern Canada 
Division, Canadian National, dated May 2, 2000 to the Council Meeting of May 24, 2000, re: 
MAIN STREET GRADE SEPARATION — OPERATIONS OF TRAINS NORTH OF CN’S 
INTERMODAL TERMINAL AND CN BRIDGE AT MAIN STREET (File P46) be received; 
and 


That the Commissioner of Works and Transportation request a hearing with local Federal 
Members of Parliament and Transport Canada with regards to the above-noted correspondence. 


CARRIED 
Correspondence from Dr. David McKeown, Medical Officer of Health, Region of Peel , dated 
May 19, 2000, re: REQUEST FROM ROTHMANS BENSON AND HEDGES FOR 
EXEMPTION OF SMOKING BY-LAW 115-99, AS AMENDED (File G02) (See By-law 
Committee Recommendation BL005-2000 from May 10, 2000, Delegation E 2 and Report F 10) 
DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATION E3, RESOLUTION C211-2000 
News Release from the City of Toronto, re: UPDATE ON TORONTO PUBLIC HEALTH 
CHARGES AGAINST ROTHMANS, BENSON AND HEDGES (File G02). 


DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATION E3, RESOLUTION C211-2000 


J. RESOLUTIONS 


Ji. 


C225-2000 


2000 05 24 


Resolution, re: MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AWARENESS MONTH AND THE ONTARIANS 
WITH DISABILITIES ACT (File A00). 


Moved by City Councillor Hunter 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


Whereas 1.5 million Ontarians with disabilities face many barriers when they seek to participate 
in all aspects of Ontario life such as getting a job, using public goods, services and facilities such 


as health care and education; and 


Whereas the most recent resolution by the Province of Ontario calls for a strong and effective 
Ontarians with Disabilities Act to be enacted no later than November 23, 2001; and 


Whereas there is an urgent and pressing need for a new, strong and effective law to achieve a 
barrier to free Ontario for people with disabilities; and 


Whereas the Citizens of Brampton recognize the need to express support for a strong and effective 
Ontarians Disabilities Act; and 


Whereas that the City of Brampton Council proclaimed the week of May 7-13, 2000 as Multiple 
Sclerosis Awareness Week in Brampton; and 


That this Council support the need for a new Ontarians Disabilities Act; and 


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That we call on the Ontario Legislature to ensure that there will be open, accessible public 
hearings on any new bill that is introduced, which will be held across Ontario, in which all who 
wish can participate, so that Ontarians with disabilities can have a meaningful voice in this 
legislation. 


CARRIED 
J2. Resolution, re: COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE MEETING — JUNE 7, 2000 
C226-2000 Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 
That the Community Services Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000 scheduled to commence at 1:00 
p.m. be rescheduled to start at 2:00 p.m. 
CARRIED 
kK. NOTICE OF MOTION - nil 
L. PETITIONS - nil 


M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 


M1. 


C227-2000 


Discussion, re: ICE CREAM TRUCKS ON RESIDENTIAL STREETS (File W94). 


Regional Councillor Bissell advised that the City of Brampton Licensing By-law does not permit 
Ice Cream Trucks driving up and down residential streets. She requested that this item be referred 
to the next By-law Committee Meeting so that possible delegations can be heard with regards to 
this issue. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the material provided by Regional Councillor Bissell including: 

1) Notice requesting support for Ice Cream Trucks 

2) Background on existing Licensing By-law 

3) Correspondence from Mr. Amo Blazys, Peel Ice Cream Truck Vendors Association 

4) City of Brampton Fact Sheet prepared by Communications and Public Relations, 
Corporate Services. 


be referred to the June 14, 2000 By-law Committee Meeting. 


CARRIED 


N. TENDERS 


* Nl. 


2000 05 24 


Report from J. Brophy, Director of Maintenance and Operations, Works and Transportation, dated 
May 12, 2000, re: CONTRACT — 2000-001 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF THREE (3) 
CUBE CUTAWAY VANS- C/W 14 FOOT FIBERGLASS BODIES (File F81). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 


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* N 2. Report from J. Brophy, Director of Maintenance and Operations, Works and Transportation, dated 
May 4, 2000, re: CONTRACT 2000-009 - SUPPLY AND INSTALL FOUR (4) ONLY PRE- 
WETTING APPLICATION BULK SPREADERS AND ONE (1) ONLY MIXING PLANT 
WITH STORAGE TANKS FOR ICE AND SNOW CONTROL (File F81). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 


* N3. Report from J. Wright, Chief Information Officer, Corporate Services, dated May 5, 2000, re: 
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL RFP2000-002 —- FOR THE LEASE FINANCING 
MICROCOMPUTER EQUIPMENT (File F81). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 


. N4. Report from K. Walsh, Director Recreational Planning, Development and Parks Operations, dated 
May 9, 2000, re: CONTRACT 2000-004 - FORMER OPP LANDS PARKING LOT 
CONSTRUCTION — PHASE 1 (File F81). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C209-2000 


oO. BY-LAWS 


C227-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That By-laws 95-2000 to 104-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of May 24, 2000, be 
given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 
and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


95-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended - OMNIBUS 
(HOUSEKEEPING) ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT EAST SIDE OF SUNNY 
MEADOW BOULEVARD, NORTH OF LARKSPUR ROAD — WARD 10 (File 
CSE11.05) (See Report F 2). 


96-2000 To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended — Stop Signs, Through Highways 
(File TOO) 
97-2000 To appoint a Chief Building Official and Inspectors for the Enforcement of the Building 


Code Act and Regulations and to Repeal By-law 6-2000 (File B00) 


98-2000 To amend By-law 102-94 Which Appoints Officers to Enforce parking on Private 
Property and to repeal By-law 74-2000 (File B00) 


99-2000 To appoint Municipal By-law Enforcement Officers and to Repeal By-law 
72-2000 (File BOO) 


100-2000 To establish certain lands as part of Main Street South — Parts 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 


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and 9, Plan 43R-24168 (File X00) 


101-2000 To authorize the purchase of certain lands from the Region of Peel Agricultural Society — 
Part of Lots 14 and 15, Plan BR-21 (File X00) 


102-2000 To prevent the application of part lot control to part of Registered 
Plan 43M-1373 (File P83) 


103-2000 To amend Parkland Dedication By-law 41-2000 - CASH-IN-LIEU OF PARKLAND 
DEDICATION FOR COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENTS (File F85) 


104-2000 To authorize the City to sublet a part of its leased premises to the Province of Ontario 
(File B40) (See Report F 10) 
CARRIED 
CLOSED SESSION 


At 10:45 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C228-2000 Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 

> security of the property of the municipality or local board 

> personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board 
employees 

> aproposed or pending acquisition of land for municipal or local board purposes 


CARRIED 


Council moved in to Open Session at 11:10 p.m. 


Pp. CONFIRMING BY-LAW 


C229-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That By-laws 105-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of May 24, 2000, be given the 
required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, and 
Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 

105-2000 To confirm the proceedings of the Regular Council Meeting held May 24, 2000 


CARRIED 


Q. ADJOURNMENT 


C230-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


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That this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, June 12, 2000 at 1:00 p.m., or at the 
call of the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 11:15 P.M. ON MAY 24, 2000 


MAYOR PETER ROBERTSON 


L. J. MIKULICH, CITY CLERK 


2000 05 24 Page 26 of 26 


PRESENT 


ABSENT 


JUNE 5, 2000 — 5:23 P.M. 


SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


Mayor Robertson 

Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 — G. Miles 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi 
City Councillor Ward | - B. Hunter 

City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 

City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 

City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 

City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton 

City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 

City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 

City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 

City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames 


Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley (Other Municipal Business) 


City Councillor Ward 3 - B. Callahan (illness) 
City Councillor P. Richards (vacation) 


STAFF PRESENT Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 


Mr. B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 


Transportation 


Mr. L. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services 


Mr. J. A. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. J. G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 

Mr. V. Clark, Fire Chief, Fire and Emergency Services, Community Services 
Mr. R. Bino, Director of Engineering Services, Works and Transportation 
Mr. J. Brophy, Director of Maintenance and Operations, Works and 


Ms. T. Matheson, Director of Human Resources, Corporate Services 


MINUTES 
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A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C231-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That the Agenda for the June 5, 2000 Special Meeting be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - nil 


C. CLOSED SESSION 
At 5:25 p.m., the following Resolution was passed: 


C232-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Sprovieri 


> personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board 
employees. 


> aproposed or pending acquisition of land for municipal or local board purposes 


CARRIED 


Council adjourned at 7:12 p.m. to commence and complete the Planning and Building Committee Meeting matters 


and reconvened at 9:50 p.m. into Closed Session. 
Council moved back in to Open Session at 10:09 p.m. 
E. BY-LAW 


C233-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That By-law 106-2000 to 107-2000 before Council at its Special Meeting of June 5, 2000, be 


given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 


and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


106-2000 To authorize an application for approval to expropriate land in fee simple for the 


purposes of a hydro transformer station 


107-2000 To confirm the proceedings for the Special Council Meeting held June 5, 2000 


CARRIED 


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F. ADJOURNMENT 


C234-2000 Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That this Special Meeting of Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, June 12, 2000 at 
1:00 p.m. or at the call of the Mayor. 
CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:11 P.M. ON JUNE 5, 2000. 


MAYOR PETER ROBERTSON 


L. J. MIKULICH, CITY CLERK 


2000 06 05 Page 3 of 3 


PRESENT 


ABSENT 


STAFF PRESENT 


JUNE 12, 2000 — 1:10 P.M. 
REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


Mayor P. Robertson 
Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley 
Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell (left during closed session 


discussions) 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell (left during closed session 
discussions) 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 — G. Miles (left during closed session 
discussions) 


Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi 

City Councillor Ward | - B. Hunter (left during closed session discussions) 
City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey (left at 2:50 p.m.) 

City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 

City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson (left during closed session discussions) 
City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton (left during closed session discussions) 
City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 

City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 

City Councillor Ward 11 - S. Hames 


City Councillor Ward 3 — B. Callahan (illness) 
City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie (vacation) 
City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards (vacation) 


Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 

Mr. R. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 

Ms. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 

Mr. J. Brophy, Acting Commissioner of Works and Transportation 

Mr. J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 

Mr. P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services 

Mr. T. Irwin, Deputy Fire Chief, Community Services 

Ms. K. Zammit, Deputy City Clerk/Manager of Administration Legal Services 
Ms. W. Cooke, Legislative Coordinator, Legal Services 


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APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
CONSENT MOTION 
PROCLAMATIONS 
ANNOUNCEMENTS 
DELEGATIONS 

REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 
COMMITTEE REPORTS 


1. Planning & Building Committee 
2. Sign Variance Committee 

3. Community Services Committee 
UNFINISHED BUSINESS 
CORRESPONDENCE 

RESOLUTIONS 

NOTICE OF MOTION 

PETITIONS 

OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 
TENDERS 

BY-LAWS 

CLOSED SESSION 


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A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C235-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the Agenda for the June 12 2000 Regular Council Meeting be approved as amended as 
follows: 


To add the following: 


E6. Ms Kathleen Knight, 3 Crescent Hill Drive, Brampton, re: EXEMPTION FROM 
INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW 51-2000 — 3 CRESCENT HILL DRIVE (See Item 
H1 and Planning and Building Committee Recommendation PB152-2000 from June 5, 
2000) 


F 14. Report from R. Bino, Director of Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, dated 
June 7, 2000, re: SIGNAL LIGHTS AT LANGSTON DRIVE AND BOVAIRD 
DRIVE (File T36). 


F15. — Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated June 2, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — SANDRINGHAM 
PLACE INC. — PART OF LOTS 12 AND 13, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. — WARD 10 
(FILE C6E12.2B and 21T-92025B) (See By-law 119-2000) 


F 16. Report from B. Eskelson, Manager of Financial Planning and Special Projects, Corporate 
Services, dated June 9, 2000, re: ALLOCATION OF 2000 CURRENT BUDGET 
CONTINGENCY FUNDS FOR ADDITIONAL STAFFING (File ). 

F17. — Report from D. Nicholson, Policy Planner, Planning and Building, dated June 12, 2000, 
to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: REVIEW OF TULLAMORE 
SECONDARY PLAN —- TOWN OF CALEDON (File P26S). 

Ji. Resolution, re: A-FRAME SIGNS (File G26). 

J 2. Resolution, re: H.R.H. QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER (File G00) 


J3. Resolution, re: APPOINTMENT TO THE GOVERNANCE RESTRUCTURING 
COMMITTEE (File G26). 


J4. Resolution, re: DEMOLITION PERMIT — 10 MARKET STREET (File G33). 
By-law 119-2000 To adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-138 - SANDRINGHAM PLACE 


INC. — WARD 10 (FILE C6E12.2B and 21T-92025B) (See Report F16). 
CARRIED 


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B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST nil 
C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 
Cl. REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING - May 24, 2000 

C236-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 
That the Minutes of the Council Meeting held May 24, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 
2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 

CARRIED 
C2. SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING - June 5, 2000 

C237-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 
That the Minutes of the Special Council Meeting held June 5, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
June 12, 2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 

CARRIED 

D. CONSENT MOTION 

C238-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 
That Council hereby approve 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. That the report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services, dated May 
26, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: AUTHORIZATION FOR EXECUTION 
OF MINUTES OF SETTLEMENT ON ASSESSMENT APPEALS (File F95) be received; 
and 
That By-law 108-2000 be passed to authorize the execution of Minutes of Settlement on 
Assessment Appeals and to Repeal By-law 218-94. 

* F 2. That the report from H. Coffey, Tax Manager, Corporate Services, dated June 2, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: 2000 TAX RATES AND TAX BY-LAWS (File F95) be 
received; and 
That the tax rates be approved for the Year 2000; and 
That By-law 109-2000 be passed to continue the transition ratios established in 1998 for the Year 
2000 and to levy the residential, farmland and managed forests taxes for the Year 2000. 

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That the report from J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor, dated May 31, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: PUBLIC NOTICE - DISPOSITION OF 
LAND — SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. — DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION 21T-98014B 
(File BOO) be received; and 


That By-law 110-000 be passed to declare surplus and authorize the transfer of Part of Block 148, 
Registered Plan 43M-1069, described as Part | on Reference Plan 43R-23418 to Sandringham 
Place Inc. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated June 1, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: DRAFT PLAN OF PROPOSED SUBDIVISION 
AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — 
PELLIZZARI ET. AL — EAST SIDE OF HIGHWAY 10, NORTH AND SOUTH OF 
ROYCREST STREET — WARD 2 (File C1E17.18 and 21T-99004B) be received; and 


That By-law 112-2000 be passed to adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-137; and 


That it is hereby determined that in adopting the subject Official Plan Amendment; Council has 
regard to all matters of Provincial Interest and the Provincial Policy Statements as set out in 
Section 2 and 3(5), respectively of the Planning Act R.S.O., c P 13, as amended. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated May 30, 2000 to 
the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - 1085216 ONTARIO LIMITED (MATTAMY HOMES) 
— NORTHEAST QUADRANT OF CREDITVIEW ROAD AND HIGHWAY 7 — WARD 6 
(File C3W11.4) be received; and 


That By-law 113-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended; 
and 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


That the report from M. Parks, Traffic Operations Supervisor, Works and Transportation, dated 
June 1, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: HOUSEKEEPING UPDATE - 
GENERAL TRAFFIC BY-LAW 93-93, AS AMENDED (File G02) be received; and 


That By-law 114-2000 be passed to amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended. 

That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation dated June 5, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: ROTARY CLUB 
OF BRAMPTON - RIDE FOR EASTER SEALS KIDS — SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 2000 (File 
W25) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the Rotary Club of Brampton Ride for Easter Seals Kids occurring 
Saturday June 24, 2000; and 


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That permission be granted for the closure of Central Park Drive between Howden Boulevard and 
Hanover Road from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Saturday, June 24, 2000 to allow for the performance 
of the Toronto Police Silver Wings Precision Team, subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation dated June 1, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: STREET 
PARTY — PALGRAVE CRESCENT — SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 2000 (File W25) be received; 
and 


That permission be granted for the Palgrave Crescent “Street Party” occurring on Saturday, June 
24, 2000, subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation dated June 1, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: STREET 
PARTY — HUTTONVILLE DRIVE — SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2000 (File W25) be received; 
and 


That permission be granted for the Huttonville Drive “Street Party” occurring on Saturday June 
17, 2000, subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation dated June 1, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000 re: STREET PARTY 
— MOSLEY CRESCENT -— SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 2000 (File W25) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the Mosley Crescent “Street Party” occurring on Saturday June 24, 
2000, subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from D. Lightowler, Senior Legal Assistant, Legal Services, dated May 31, 2000, 
to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000 re: SUBDIVISION RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION — 
SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. — REGISTERED PLAN 43M-1209 — WARD 10 be received; 
and 


That all works constructed and installed in accordance with the subdivision agreement for 
Registered Plan 43M-1209 be accepted and assumed; and 


That the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be authorized to release all securities held by the City 
of Brampton in connection with the Registered Plan, with exception of $4,500 to be retained for 
outstanding warranties; and 


That By-law 117-2000 be passed to assume Sugarpine Court as shown on Registered Plan 43M- 
1209 as part of the public highway System. 


That the correspondence from Ms. Eleanor Clitheroe, Chair of the Board, Hydro One Networks 
Inc., dated May 1, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: INTRODUCTION OF 
THE HYDRO ONE NETWORKS INC. (File A43) be received. 


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That the correspondence from J. D. Leach, City Clerk, City of Vaughan, dated May 18, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — TRANSFER TAX AND 
MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC UTILITIES (MEU’S) (File A00) be received. 


That the correspondence from Ms. Janice Harrison, Manager, Secretariat Services, Town of 
Markham, dated May 31, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — 
REQUEST THAT THE REPORT RE: GTSB ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES BE 
EXPEDITED (File G75) be received; and 


That the correspondence from Ms. Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated 
May 25, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — REQUEST THAT 
THE REPORT RE: GTSB ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES BE EXPEDITED (File G75) 
be received; and 


That the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Province of Ontario be requested to circulate 
the Draft Report regarding the Roles and Responsibilities of the GTSB prior to a final submission 
to the Provincial Government. 


That the report from R. Bino, Director of Engineering and Development Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated May 26, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: CONTRACT 
2000-101 - RECONSTRUCTION OF BLAIR DRIVE (File F81) be approved; and 


That Contract 2000-101 be awarded to Graham Bros. Construction Limited in the total amount of 
$705,102.37 being the most responsive and responsible bid received. 


CARRIED 


PROCLAMATIONS 


1. 


Proclamation — THREE NATIONS CHALLENGE FESTIVAL WEEK 
— JUNE 19 — 25, 2000 


Mr. Rob Beatty, Marketing Coordinator of Sports, Community Services introduced Ms. Joanne 
Smith, President of the Brampton Girls Softball Association who received the proclamation. Ms. 
Smith highlighted the events that will lead up to the Three Nations Challenge Women’s Baseball 
Tournament the weekend of June 23-25, 2000. 


Proclamation - ABORIGINAL WEEK -— JUNE 19-24, 2000 
The Cochrane Family was present to receive the proclamation and advised that there would be 


various displays at Shopper’s World, Shopping Plaza, Brampton during the week of June 19-24, 
2000. 


ANNOUNCEMENTS 


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RECOGNITION OF SPONSORS, PARTNERS AND PARTICIPANTS OF COMMUNITY 
CLEAN-UP WEEK — APRIL 22-29, 2000 


Regional Councillor Bissell, Mr. Bruce Hay, Manager of Parks Maintenance and Operations and 
Mr. Steve Wilson, Supervisor of Special Services, Recreation Planning, Development and 


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Operations, Community Services presented plaques to some of the sponsors, partners and 
participants of Community Clean-up Week. 


Mr. Hay advised that as a result of the success of the Spring Clean Up Week a Fall Clean Up 
Week between is being planned September 30 — October 6, 2000. 


PARTNERSHIP RECOGNITION AWARD — PEEL DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD 


Mr. John Baird, Principal Fletcher’s Creek Senior Public School presented the Partnership 
Recognition Award on behalf of the Peel District School Board to Ms. Mary Held, Marketing 
Coordinator, Sales and Youth Programs, Ms. Liz Van Eysinga, Youth Program Supervisor and 
Ms. Amy Pirrucio, School Age Assistant, Community Services and acknowledged their efforts. 


ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF CITY OF BRAMPTON ASSISTANCE TO THE TOWN OF 
WALKERTON 


Mr. John Brophy, Director of Maintenance and Operations, Works and Transportation and Mr. 
Bill McLoughlin, President, CUPE Local 831 acknowledged the extraordinary efforts of the City 
of Brampton Staff who have volunteered to aid the Town of Walkerton during their water crisis. 
They advised that Brampton has sent Flusher Trucks, one of which is helping keep the hospital 
open, and that Brampton is the only municipality who has sent aid to Walkerton. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Begley 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the staff of the Works and Transportation Department be commended for their response to 


the need for assistance at the Town of Walkerton. 
CARRIED 


REGIONAL COUNCILLOR RHODA BEGLEY IS RECOGNIZED AS BRAMPTON’S 
ART PERSON OF THE YEAR AT THE MAYOR’S LUNCHEON FOR THE ARTS ON 
JUNE 7, 2000 


Regional Councillor Miles announced that Regional Councillor Begley was honoured as 
Brampton’s Arts Person of the Year at the Mayor’s Luncheon for the Arts on June 7, 2000. She 
highlighted Regional Councillor Begley’s background and achievements in the Arts and 
congratulated her on behalf of Council on her award. 


PASSING OF MS. TRENE MACMILLAN 


Mr. J. Brophy, Director of Maintenance and Operations, Works and Transportation announced the 
passing of Ms. Irene MacMillan, mother of Mr. Alex MacMillan Commissioner of Works and 
Transportation after a long battle with cancer. He offered condolences on behalf of Council and 
employees of the City of Brampton to Mr. MacMillan and his family. 


ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE NEW MANAGER OF MAINTENANCE AND 
OPERATIONS, WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION 


Mr. J. Brophy, Director of Maintenance and Operations, Works and Transportation announced 
that Mr. Rick Kester, currently Manager of Engineering Services, Works and Transportation has 


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accepted the position of Manager of Maintenance and Operations, Works and Transportation and 
wished him well in his new position. 


E. DELEGATIONS 


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C240-2000 


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C241-2000 


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Mr. Scott Stewart, Director of Waste Management and Mr. Michael Goldrup, Director of 
Communication Services, Region of Peel, re: “THE GREY BOX” - ASECOND RECYCLING 
CONTAINER and the “IT TAKES TWO —- GREY AND BLUE” CAMPAIGN (File G71). 


Mr. Scott Stewart, Director of Waste Management and Mr. Michael Goldrup, Director of 
Communication Services, Region of Peel presented the “Grey Box” which will be used in 
conjunction with the “Blue Box”. They advised on how the new recycling program will work and 
that the new “Grey Boxes” will be distributed to the residents of Brampton together with an 
information flyer in August with the program commencing on September 11, 2000. Reference 
was made to the related campaign “It Take Two — Grey and Blue”. 


Mr. Stewart advised that larger recycling containers can be provided for Community Events upon 
request to Region of Peel Wasteline in advance of the event. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Gibson 


That the delegation of Mr. Scott Stewart, Director of Waste Management and Mr. Michael 
Goldrup, Director of Communication Services, Region of Peel to the Council Meeting of June 12, 
2000, re: “THE GREY BOX” - A SECOND RECYCLING CONTAINER and the “IT 
TAKES TWO —- GREY AND BLUE” CAMPAIGN (File G71) be received. 


CARRIED 


Mr. Jim Yarrow, Chair, Brampton Hydro Commission, re: PRESENTATION OF THE 1999 
BRAMPTON HYDRO ANNUAL REPORT (File A43). 


Mayor Robertson paid a tribute to the Brampton Hydro Commission on their last annual report 
and thanked them for all their hard work and highlighted their achievements. 


Mr. Yarrow, Chair Brampton Hydro Commission presented the final Brampton Hydro Annual 
Report and advised that there has not been a hydro rate increase in 7 years. He expressed his 
gratitude to Council and the citizens of Brampton for their support over the years, as well as the 
members of the Hydro Commission. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Jeffrey 


That the delegation of Mr. Jim Yarrow, Chair, Brampton Hydro Commission to the Council 
Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: PRESENTATION OF THE 1999 BRAMPTON HYDRO 
ANNUAL REPORT (File A43) be received with thanks. 

CARRIED 


Possible Delegations, re: PUBLIC NOTICE - DISPOSITION OF LAND —- SANDRINGHAM 


PLACE INC. —- DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION 21T-98014B (File B00) (See Report F3 
and By-law 110-2000). 


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Mayor Robertson asked if there were any members of the public in attendance that wished to 
address Council in this regard. No persons addressed Council in this regard. 


E4. Ms. Heather Picken, President and Mr. Stuart Johnston, Executive Director, Brampton Board of 
Trade, re: CELEBRATION OF BRAMPTON’S HERITAGE (File G33). 


Ms. Heather Picken, President and Mr. Stuart Johnston, Executive Director, Brampton Board of 
Trade appeared to present the publication “Heritage Trade Talks”. They highlighted various 
articles and advertisements in the publication and expressed sincere thanks to the various 
sponsors. 


Ms. Picken advised that this is her last term as President of the Brampton Board of Trade and 
offered thanks to Council for their cooperation, especially during her term. 


C242-2000 Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the delegation of Ms. Heather Picken, President and Mr. Stuart Johnston, Executive Director, 
Brampton Board of Trade to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: CELEBRATION OF 
BRAMPTON’S HERITAGE (File G33) be received; and 


That the City of Brampton offer thanks to Ms. Picken for her efforts during her term of President 
of the Brampton Board of Trade. 
CARRIED 


ES. Delegation, re: JAMIAT-UL-ANSAR OF BRAMPTON —- NORTH-EAST CORNER OF 
SUNFOREST DRIVE AND BOVAIRD DRIVE —WARD 2 (File CIE11.14) 
(See Report F4 and By-law 111-2000 and Planning and Building Committee Recommendation 
PB157-2000 from June 5, 2000) 


Mr. Mohammed Yousuf of behalf of the Jamiat-Ul-Ansar of Brampton, thanked Council for 
assisting his congregation in finding a location for their new mosque. 


C243-2000 Moved by City Councillor Jeffrey 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the delegation from Jamiat-Ul-Ansar of Brampton to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, 
re: JAMIAT-UL-ANSAR OF BRAMPTON — NORTH-EAST CORNER OF SUNFOREST 
DRIVE AND BOVAIRD DRIVE —WARD 2 (File C1E1 1.14) be received; and 


That Planning and Building Committee Recommendation PB157-2000 be approved as amended 


as follows: 

1. Condition 2 g) relating to a Stormwater Management Study be deleted and dealt with 
under the Site Plan Approval Process; and 

2), Condition 2 m) relating to an archaeological resource assessment be deleted; and 

3. The development agreement shall contain the following provision: “The Owner shall 


install a fence to screen the subject lands from the northerly abutting property. The 


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location, design and height of the fence shall be to the satisfaction of the City of 
Brampton”. 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated June 5, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: JAMIAT-UL-ANSAR OF BRAMPTON — NORTH- 
EAST CORNER OF SUNFOREST DRIVE AND BOVAIRD DRIVE —WARD 2 (File 
C1E11.14) be received; and 


That By-law 111-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended; 
and 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


CARRIED 


Ms Kathleen Knight, 3 Crescent Hill Drive, Brampton, re: EXEMPTION FROM INTERIM 
CONTROL BY-LAW 51-2000 — 3 CRESCENT HILL DRIVE (See Item H1 and Planning and 
Building Committee Recommendation PB152-2000 from June 5, 2000). 


Ms. Kathleen Knight, 3 Crescent Hill Drive, Brampton appeared before Council with respect to 
the Seniors Lodging House proposed at this address. It was noted that there is a proposal add 
extra facilities and it was her request that the Lodging House, as expanded, be provided for in the 
proposed by-law to amend Interim Control By-law 51-2000. 


Discussion took place with regards to the implications if this building permit application is 
approved. Staff advised that the building permit could still be considered after their review on 
Supportive Lodging Houses. 


Planning and Building Recommendation PB152-2000 was brought forward and dealt with at this 
time: 


Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the delegations of Ms Kathleen Knight, 3 Crescent Hill Drive, Brampton to the Planning and 
Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000 and to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: 
EXEMPTION FROM INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW 51-2000 — 3 CRESCENT HILL 
DRIVE (File C51GR) be received; and 


That the report from A. Smith, Policy Planner, Planning and Building, dated May 28, 2000, to the 
Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: RECOMMENDATION 
REPORT — REQUEST FOR EXEMPTIONS FROM INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW 51- 
2000 (File C51GR) be received; and, 


That a by-law be passed to amend By-law 51-2000 to exempt 34 Cannon Crescent, 2 Heath Drive, 
10 Sheldrake Court and 3 Crescent Hill Drive from the provisions of the Interim Control By-law. 


CARRIED 


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E7. Delegations, re: SCHOOL ACCOMMODATION AND PHASING OF RESIDENTIAL 
DEVELOPMENT (File P46) (See Planning and Building Committee Recommendation PB159- 
2000) 


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1. Mr. Ken Adamson, Chair, Dufferin-Peel Roman Catholic District School Board 
2: Ms. Janet McDougald, Chair, Peel District School Board 


Mr. Adamson and Ms. Janet McDougald appeared in support of the report considered by the 
Planning and Building Committee Meeting at its meeting of June 5, 2000 with regards to School 
Accommodation and Phasing of Residential Development. 


Since the Planning and Building Committee Meeting there have been discussions and the 
following motion was presented to replace the 2" and 3™ clauses of Planning and Building 
Recommendation PB159-2000, as follows: 


That the phasing of residential development related to the adequate provision and 
distribution of educational facilities be endorsed in principle; and, 


That staff be directed to work with the staff of both School Boards, and the development 
industry, in developing a strategy for the implementation of the phasing of development 
related to the adequate provision and distribution of educational facilities in Brampotn, 
including School Accommodation Criteria, specifics related to sub-area phasing, and/or 
general phasing guidelines; and, 


were replaced with the following: 


That the adequate and timely provision and distribution of educational facilities be 
endorsed in principle; and, 


That staff be directed to work with the staff of both School Boards, and the development 
industry, in exploring the following: 


Location and school accommodation capacity of existing schools in Brampton 
Planned expansion of existing schools in Brampton 

Planned construction of new schools in Brampton 

School accommodation criteria of the two School Boards 

Status of the development activity in Brampton 

Details on the school accommodation phasing agreement in Mississauga 
Options and strategy for the adequate provision and distribution of schools in 
Brampton 


VVVVVVV 


A motion was made to amend this motion to add the following to the mattes staff is directed to 
explore: 


“The opportunity for the joint use of schools wherever feasible” 
There were discussions regarding capital financing for school facilities and the potential for multi- 
use school facilities in Brampton and how those cost savings could be utilized to upgrade existing 
facilities. Mr. B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services advised that there would be a 
meeting of the Multi-Use Task Force on June 21, 2000. 


The motion, as amended, was voted on and carried. 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


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That the following delegations to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000 re: SCHOOL 
ACCOMMODATION AND PHASING OF RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT (File P46) be 
received: and 


1. Mr. Ken Adamson, Chair, Board of Trustees, Dufferin-Peel Roman Catholic District 
School Board 
2, Ms. Janet McDougald, Chair of the Peel District School Board 


That the report from B. Winterhalt, Director of Planning Policy and Research, dated May 29, 
2000 to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: SCHOOL 
ACCOMMODATION AND PHASING OF RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT (File G70) be 
received; and 


That the adequate and timely provision and distribution of educational facilities be endorsed in 
principle; and, 


That staff be directed to work with the staff of both School Boards, and the development industry, 
in exploring the following: 


The opportunity for the joint use of schools wherever feasible 

Location and school accommodation capacity of existing schools in Brampton 

Planned expansion of existing schools in Brampton 

Planned construction of new schools in Brampton 

School accommodation criteria of the two School Boards 

Status of the development activity in Brampton 

Details on the school accommodation phasing agreement in Mississauga 

Options and strategy for the adequate provision and distribution of schools in Brampton 


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That the strategy be approved by the City of Brampton in consultation with the School Boards 
before being applied to development applications. 
CARRIED 


F. REPORTS FROM OFFICIALS 


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Report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services, dated May 26, 2000, 
re: AUTHORIZATION FOR EXECUTION OF MINUTES OF SETTLEMENT ON 
ASSESSMENT APPEALS (File F95) (See By-law 108-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 

Report from H. Coffey, Tax Manager, Corporate Services, dated June 2, 2000, re: 2000 TAX 
RATES AND TAX BY-LAWS (File F95) (See By-law 109-2000). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 

Report from J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor, dated May 31, 2000, 
re: PUBLIC NOTICE - DISPOSITION OF LAND — SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. — 


DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION 21T-98014B (File B00) (See Delegation E3 and By-law 
110-2000). 


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DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated June 5, 2000, re: 
JAMIAT-UL-ANSAR OF BRAMPTON — NORTH-EAST CORNER OF SUNFOREST 
DRIVE AND BOVAIRD DRIVE —WARD 2 (File C1E11.14) (See Delegation E 5 and By-law 
111-2000 and Planning and Building Committee Recommendation PB157-2000 from June 5, 
2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATION E 5, RESOLUTION C243-2000 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated June 1, 2000, re: 
DRAFT PLAN OF PROPOSED SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — PELLIZZARI ET. AL — EAST SIDE OF 
HIGHWAY 10, NORTH AND SOUTH OF ROYCREST STREET — WARD 2 (File 
C1E17.18 and 21T-99004B) (See By-law 112-2000) 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 

Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated May 30, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW -— 1085216 ONTARIO LIMITED 
(MATTAMY HOMES) —- NORTHEAST QUADRANT OF CREDITVIEW ROAD AND 
HIGHWAY 7 — WARD 6 (File C3W11.4) (See By-law 113-2000) 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 

Report from M. Parks, Traffic Operations Supervisor, Works and Transportation, dated June 1, 
2000, re: HOUSEKEEPING UPDATE -GENERAL TRAFFIC BY-LAW 93-93, AS 
AMENDED (File G02) (See By-law 114-2000) 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 

Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation 
dated June 5, 2000, re: ROTARY CLUB OF BRAMPTON — RIDE FOR EASTER SEALS 
KIDS — SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 2000 (File W25). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 

Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation 
dated June 1, 2000, re: STREET PARTY — PALGRAVE CRESCENT -— SATURDAY, JUNE 
24, 2000 (File W25). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 

Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation 


dated June 1, 2000, re: STREET PARTY — HUTTONVILLE DRIVE — SATURDAY, JUNE 
17, 2000 (File W25). 


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* F ll 

: F 12 

C246-2000 

* F 13 
F 14. 

C247-2000 

2000 06 12 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 


Report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation 
dated June 1, 2000, re: STREET PARTY — MOSLEY CRESCENT — SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 
2000 (File W25). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 
Report from H. Newlove, Director of Recreation Facilities and Programs, Community Services, 
dated June 5, 2000, re: THEATRE FUNDRAISING (File B50). 


Discussion took place with regards to how the City of Brampton will be reimbursed for their 
front-end financing of the Theatre Fundraising. 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Begley 


That the report from H. Newlove, Director of Recreation Facilities and Programs, Community 
Services, dated June 5, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: THEATRE 
FUNDRAISING (File B50) be received; and 


That Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be directed to draw up to $92,000.00 from Capital Project 
#976860 for the purpose of providing additional funds for the Pitcher Group; and 


That all funds received from the fundraising venture be credited to capital project #976860. 
CARRIED 

Report from D. Lightowler, Senior Legal Assistant, Legal Services, dated May 31, 2000, re: 

SUBDIVISION RELEASE AND ASSUMPTION — SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. - 

REGISTERED PLAN 43M-1209 — WARD 10 (See By-law 117-2000) 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 

Report from R. Bino, Director of Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, dated June 7, 


2000, re: SIGNAL LIGHTS AT LANGSTON DRIVE AND BOVAIRD DRIVE (File T36). 


Moved by City Councillor Hunter 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the report from R. Bino, Director of Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, dated 
June 7, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: SIGNAL LIGHTS AT LANGSTON 
DRIVE AND BOVAIRD DRIVE (File T36) be received; and 


That the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be authorized to remit payment to the Ministry of 


Transportation of Ontario when invoiced for the costs associated with the installation of signal 
lights at Langston Drive and Bovaird Drive; and 


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F 15. 


C248-2000 


F 16. 


F 17. 


That prior to registration of the subdivision the City of Brampton requests reimbursement for the 
expenditure from the Developer for the abutting subdivision to the north, Ranburne Holdings, in 
the amount equal to the invoice from the Ministry of Transportation. 


CARRIED 


Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated June 2, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. — PART OF 
LOTS 12 AND 13, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. — WARD 10 (FILE C6E12.2B and 21T-92025B) 
(See By-law 119-2000) 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Sprovieri 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated June 2, 2000, re: 
PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE 
OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. — PART OF 
LOTS 12 AND 13, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. — WARD 10 (FILE C6E12.2B and 21T-92025B); 
and 


That By-law 119-2000 be passed to adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-138 


That it is hereby determined that in adopting the subject Official Plan Amendment; Council has 
regard to all matters of Provincial Interest and the Provincial Policy Statements as set out in 
Section 2 and 3(5), respectively of the Planning Act R.S.O., c P 13, as amended. 


CARRIED 


Report from B. Eskelson, Manager of Financial Planning and Special Projects, Corporate 
Services, dated June 9, 2000, re: ALLOCATION OF 2000 CURRENT BUDGET 
CONTINGENCY FUNDS FOR ADDITIONAL STAFFING (File ). 


THIS REPORT WAS REFERRED TO THE CLOSED SESSION DISCUSSIONS 


Report from D. Nicholson, Policy Planner, Planning and Building, dated June 12, 2000, to the 
Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: REVIEW OF TULLAMORE SECONDARY PLAN -— 
TOWN OF CALEDON (File P26S). 


DEALT WITH UNDER G 1, PLANNING AND BUILDING COMMITTEE MEETING 
MINUTES OF JUNE 5, 2000 — PLANNING AND BUILDING RECOMMENDATION 
PB151-2000, AS AMENDED. 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


Gl. 


2000 06 12 


PLANNING AND BUILDING COMMITTEE — June 5, 2000 


With respect to Planning and Building Committee Recommendation PB151-2000, as follows: 


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“That the delegation of Mr. Dan Kennaley, Manager of Planning Policy, Town of 
Caledon, re: REVIEW OF THE TULLAMORE SECONDARY PLAN — TOWN OF 
CALEDON (File P26S) be received. 


“That the report from D. Nicholson, Policy Planner, dated May 29, 2000, to the Planning 
and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: REVIEW OF THE 
TULLAMORE SECONDARY PLAN — TOWN OF CALEDON (File P26S) be 
received; and, 


“That the Tullamore Secondary Plan (amendment 159 to the Official Plan for the Town 
of Caledon) be appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board by the City of Brampton in 
compliance with the provisions of the Planning Act; and, 


“That staff be directed to send the appropriate appeal letter to the Town of Caledon by 
June 14, 2000, citing the concerns and deficiencies set out in the report dated May 29, 
2000, and to subsequently endeavor to meet with Caledon staff to determine how the 
concerns of the City might be addressed in a suitable set of modifications for the 
Tullamore Secondary Plan that could be jointly supported before the Ontario Municipal 
Board.” 


there was discussion regarding options available to resolve the City’s issues without the matter 
being appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board. 


Mr. J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building explained that the Region of Peel has 
approved an order exemption process related to the approval of the Official Plan Amendments 
which enables these documents to be approved automatically if there is no appeal within the 
statutory 20-day appeal period. As a result, the only ways that and adopted Official Plan or 
Official Plan Amendment can be modified is by either approving Council rescinding the 
document, or by the appeal be considered by the Ontario Municipal Board and them ordering a 
modification to the document. A report from D. Nicholson, Policy Planner, Planning and 
Building dated June 12, 2000 was submitted to this effect. 


The following amendment to Recommendation PB151-2000 was introduced by Mayor Robertson 
and voted on and Jost: 


“That the Town of Caledon Council within the 20 day appeal period agree to 
accommodate with a resolution of their Council Items 1-4 on page 2, as outlined in the 
June 12, 2000 report from D. Nicholson, Policy Planner, Planning and Building”’ 


Regional Councillor Palleschi then introduced the following amendment, which was voted on and 
carried. 


“That the City of Brampton requests that the Town of Caledon rescind their Secondary 
Plan for Tullamore and re-adopt it with the necessary modifications to address the City of 
Brampton’s concerns so that the City of Brampton may withdraw its objections to the 
Ontario Municipal Board.” 


City Councillor Gibson introduced the following motion which was voted on and “carried” 
“That the report from D. Nicholson, Policy Planner, dated June 12, 2000, to the Council 


Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: REVIEW OF TULLAMORE SECONDARY PLAN — 
TOWN OF CALEDON (File P26S) be received.” 


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C249-2000 


2000 06 12 


Recommendation PB151-2000 was voted on as amended and carried - see Planning and Building 
Recommendation PB151-2000 as passed under Resolution C249-2000. 


Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Palleschi 


That the Minutes of the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of June 12, 2000, Recommendations PB145-2000 to PB165-2000 be approved as 
amended as follows: 


> 


To amend Recommendation PB157-2000 as outlined in Resolution C243-2000, see 
Delegation E4; and 


To delete Recommendation PB152-2000 as it was dealt with under Delegation E6, Resolution 
C244-2000; and 


To delete Recommendation PB159-2000 as it was dealt with under Delegation E7, Resolution 
C245-2000; and 


To amend Recommendation PB151-2000 to read as follows: 


“That the delegation of Mr. Dan Kennaley, Manager of Planning Policy, Town of 
Caledon, re: REVIEW OF THE TULLAMORE SECONDARY PLAN — TOWN OF 
CALEDON (File P26S) be received. 


“That the report from D. Nicholson, Policy Planner, dated May 29, 2000, to the Planning 
and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: REVIEW OF THE 
TULLAMORE SECONDARY PLAN —- TOWN OF CALEDON (File P26S) be 
received; and, 


“That the report from D. Nicholson, Policy Planner, Planning and Building dated June 
12, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: REVIEW OF TULLAMORE 
SECONDARY PLAN — TOWN OF CALEDON (File P26S) be received; and 


“That the Tullamore Secondary Plan (amendment 159 to the Official Plan for the Town 
of Caledon) be appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board by the City of Brampton in 
compliance with the provisions of the Planning Act; and, 


“That staff be directed to send the appropriate appeal letter to the Town of Caledon by 
June 14, 2000, citing the concerns and deficiencies set out in the report dated May 29, 
2000, and to subsequently endeavor to meet with Caledon staff to determine how the 
concerns of the City might be addressed in a suitable set of modifications for the 
Tullamore Secondary Plan that could be jointly supported before the Ontario Municipal 
Board. 


“That the City of Brampton requests that the Town of Caledon rescind their Secondary 
Plan for Tullamore and re-adopt it with the necessary modifications to address the City of 
Brampton’s concerns so that the City of Brampton may withdraw its objections to the 
Ontario Municipal Board.” 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


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PB145-2000 


PB146-2000 


PB147-2000 


PB148-2000 


PB149-2000 


2000 06 12 


That the Agenda for the Planning & Building Committee Meeting dated June 5, 2000, be 
approved as amended to add: 


E 2. Delegation of Mr. Dan Kennaley, Manager of Planning Policy, Town of Caledon, re: 
REVIEW OF THE TULLAMORE SECONDARY PLAN — TOWN OF CALEDON 
(File P26S) (Item H 3.) 


E3. Delegation of Ms. Cathleen Knight, 3 Crescent Hill, re: RECOMMENDATION 
REPORT — REQUEST FOR EXEMPTIONS FROM INTERIM CONTROL BY- 
LAW 51-2000 (File C51GR) (Item H 1.) 


That the report from T. Goodeve, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department dated 
May 17, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW AND A 
PROPOSED PLAN OF SUBDIVISION - 1223578 ONTARIO LTD. (SENATOR HOMES) 
— NORTH OF BOVAIRD DRIVE BETWEEN HEART LAKE ROAD AND THE FUTURE 
HIGHWAY 410 EXTENSION - WARD 10 (File C3E12.9) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to the Planning and Building Committee with the results of 
the Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of 
the application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from N. Grady, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
May 25, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - TOTALLINE TRANSPORT 
INC. — 155 DELTA PARK BOULEVARD - WARD 10 (File C7E5.16) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to the Planning and Building Committee with the results of 
the Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of 
the application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from R. Nykyforchyn, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated May 17, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - DAYSPRING PHASE II LTD. - 
WARD 10 (File C8E7.3) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to the Planning and Building Committee with the results of 
the Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of 
the application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


That the report from R. Nykyforchyn, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated May 17, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - SITHE ENERGIES CANADIAN 
DEVELOPMENT LTD. - SOUTHWEST CORNER OF GOREWAY DRIVE AND 
DEERHURST DRIVE - WARD 10 (File C7E4.17) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to report back to the Planning and Building Committee with the results of 


the Public Meeting and a staff recommendation, subsequent to the completion of the circulation of 
the application and a comprehensive evaluation of the proposal. 


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PB150-2000 


PB151-200 


PB152-2000 


PB153-2000 


2000 06 12 


That the delegation of Mr. Blair Booth, 724 Peter Robertson Blvd. to the Planning and Building 
Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: TRAFFIC PROBLEMS ON PETER ROBERTSON 
BOULEVARD (File T03) be received; and, 


That Planning and Building staff in conjunction with the Traffic Engineering Services Division of 
Works and Transportation address the planning and traffic situation of Peter Robertson Boulevard 
between Bramalea Road and Softneedle Road and report back to the Works and Transportation 
Committee. 


That the delegation of Mr. Dan Kennaley, Manager of Planning Policy, Town of Caledon, re: 
REVIEW OF THE TULLAMORE SECONDARY PLAN — TOWN OF CALEDON (File 
P26S) be received. 


That the report from D. Nicholson, Policy Planner, dated May 29, 2000, to the Planning and 
Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: REVIEW OF THE TULLAMORE 
SECONDARY PLAN —- TOWN OF CALEDON (File P26S) be received; and, 


That the report from D. Nicholson, Policy Planner, Planning and Building dated June 12, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: REVIEW OF TULLAMORE SECONDARY PLAN 
— TOWN OF CALEDON (File P26S) be received; and 


That the Tullamore Secondary Plan (amendment 159 to the Official Plan for the Town of 
Caledon) be appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board by the City of Brampton in compliance with 
the provisions of the Planning Act; and, 


That staff be directed to send the appropriate appeal letter to the Town of Caledon by June 14, 
2000, citing the concerns and deficiencies set out in the report dated May 29, 2000, and to 
subsequently endeavor to meet with Caledon staff to determine how the concerns of the City 
might be addressed in a suitable set of modifications for the Tullamore Secondary Plan that could 
be jointly supported before the Ontario Municipal Board. 


That the City of Brampton requests that the Town of Caledon rescind their Secondary Plan for 
Tullamore and re-adopt it with the necessary modifications to address the City of Brampton’s 
concerns so that the City of Brampton may withdraw its objections to the Ontario Municipal 
Board. 


deleted — dealt with under Delegation E6, Resolution C244-2000. 


That the report from T. Goodeve, Development Planner, Planning and Building, dated May 9, 
2000, re: RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING 
BY-LAW - 1085216 ONTARIO LIMITED (MATTAMY HOMES) —- NORTHEAST 
QUADRANT OF CREDITVIEW ROAD AND HIGHWAY 7 — WARD 6 (File C3W11.4) be 
received; and, 


That the application be approved and staff be directed to prepare the appropriate documents for 
the consideration of City Council, subject to the following conditions: 


1. the area of the proposed opening to the Storm Water Management Facility, 
located on the south side of Thorpe Crescent between Lots 44 and 45 on 
Registered Plan 43M-1386; shall be zoned “Floodplain (F) in the amending 
zoning by-law; and, 


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PB154-2000 


2000 06 12 


Ze the area of the existing opening located on the south side of Thorpe Crescent, 
consisting of Lots 55, 56, 57, 58, 318 and 319 on Registered Plan 43M-1386, 
shall be zoned “Residential Single Family D — Section 998 (R1D — Section 
998)” in the amending zoning by-law. 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building, dated May 18, 
2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW 
- 1359443 ONTARIO LIMITED (DOWNSVIEW PLUMBING LIMITED AND 
DOWNSVIEW HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING LIMITED —- QUEEN STREET 
EAST — WARD 10 (File C9E4.10) be received; and, 


That the application be approved and staff be directed to prepare the appropriate documents for 
the consideration of City Council, subject to the following: 


iG The site specific zoning by-law shall contain the following: 


a) the subject lands shall be zoned with a site specific “Industrial One (M1A) Zone 
category which shall permit the following uses: 


(a) 


(b) 


Industrial 

(1) the manufacturing, cleaning, packaging, processing, repairing 
or assembly of goods, foods or materials within an enclosed 
building; 

(2) a warehouse; and 

(3) a parking lot. 

Accessory 


(1) an associated office; 


(2) a retail outlet operated in connection with a permitted 
industrial use; and 


(3) purposes accessory to the permitted purposes. 


b) shall also be subject to the following requirements and restrictions: 


(1) 
(2) 


(3) 


(4) 
(5) 


Minimum Rear Yard Depth: 4.8 metres. 


The maximum gross floor area for all buildings shall not exceed 4450 
square metres. 


The maximum gross floor area devoted to associated office and/or 
retail outlet purposes shall not exceed 830 square metres. 


A minimum of ninety (90) parking spaces shall be provided. 


A minimum 3.0 metre landscaped open space area, except at approved 
driveway locations, shall be provided in the front yard. 


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c) 


(6) 55 percent of the minimum required front yard area shall be landscaped 
open space. 


(7) No outside storage shall be permitted. 
shall also be subject to the requirements and restrictions relating to the M1A 


Zone and all of the general provisions of the by-law which are not in conflict 
with the ones set out above. 


Prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law, the Owner shall submit to the City, any 
reports required by the City related to the servicing and drainage of the site, for the 
approval of the City’s Works and Transportation Department. 


Prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law, the applicant shall enter into an agreement 
with the City which shall include the following: 


(a) 


(b) 


(c) 


(d) 


(h) 


(i) 


Prior to the issuance of a building permit, a site development plan, a landscape 
drainage plan, a fire protection plan and an engineering servicing 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; 


The Owner shall pay all applicable Regional, City and Education Development 
Charges in accordance with their respective Development Charges By-laws; 


The Owner shall grant easements as may be required for the installation of 
utilities and municipal services to service the lands, to the appropriate 
authorities; 


The Owner shall agree that all lighting on the site shall be designed and oriented 
to minimize glare on abutting properties and streets; 


The Owner shall agree that on-site waste collection shall be provided through a 
private waste hauler; 


Prior to the issuance of a building permit, the Owner shall submit to the City, a 
Phase | and 2 Environmental Assessment Report. 


The Owner shall make satisfactory arrangements with the Region to convey 
sufficient lands to provide for 22.5 metres from the centreline of the Queen 
Street East right-of-way. 


The Owner shall convey to the Region a 0.3 metre reserve along the Queen 
Street East frontage of the property except at any approved access location. 


The Owner shall make satisfactory arrangements with the Region for the 
provision of access from Queen Street East. Such arrangements shall include 
restricting the access to right-in, right-out only together with necessary 
construction works such as turning lanes, storage and taper lanes. 


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(Gj) The owner shall agree that the proposed building will have an articulated 
pitched roof design and all roof top mechanical equipment shall be screened 
from view. 


That the report from J. Hardcastle, Development Planner, Planning and Building, dated May 23, 
2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW -MARAWA CONSTRUCTION — BRAMPTON DISTRICT BOY 
SCOUTS — WARD 10 (File C3E14.5) be received; and, 


That the application be approved and staff be directed to prepare the appropriate documents for 
the consideration of City Council, subject to the following: 


1. The Official Plan Amendment shall amend the Sandringham Wellington Secondary Plan 
to designate the subject lands as “Institutional” and to allow the subject property to be 
used for both residential (retirement home) and institutional (long term care facility) uses. 


2. The site specific zoning by-law shall contain the following: 


a) the subject lands shall be zoned with a site specific “Institutional” Zone 
category which shall only permit the following uses: 


(1) nursing home; 
(2) retirement home; 
(3) apartment dwelling, excluding a single room occupancy unit; and, 
(4) purposes accessory to the permitted uses. 
b) shall also be subject to the following requirements and restrictions: 
(1) Maximum Lot Coverage: 50 percent. 
(2) Maximum Building Height: 6 storeys. 
(3) Minimum front, rear and side yard depth: 6 metres or 4 building 


height, whichever is greater. 


(4) A maximum 90 apartment or retirement home dwelling units shall be 
permitted. 

(5) A maximum of 160 beds shall be located in the nursing home. 

(6) The gross floor area of a dwelling unit shall be between 55 square 


metres and 112 square metres. 


(7) A minimum of 0.75 parking spaces shall be provided per apartment or 
retirement home dwelling unit. 


(8) A minimum 0.20 parking spaces shall be provided per nursing home 
bed. 


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(9) A minimum of 15 percent of the lot area shall be landscaped open 
space. 


(10) A minimum 3.0 metre wide landscaped open space area, except at 
approved driveway locations, shall be provided along all street 
frontages. 


(11) A minimum 2 m’ outdoor amenity area per dwelling unit or bed shall 
be provided at the ground level. 


(12) For the purposes of this amendment, a Single Room Occupancy Unit 
shall mean a habitable dwelling unit owned and operated by a public 
authority, or by a non-profit and non-commercial organization, within 
which kitchen, sleeping and sanitary facilities are not physically 


separated. 

c) shall also be subject to the requirements and restrictions relating to the 12 Zone 
and all of the general provisions of the by-law which are not in conflict with the 
ones set out above. 

3. Prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law, the applicant shall enter into an agreement 


with the City which shall include the following: 


(a) 


(b) 


(c) 


(d) 


(e) 


Prior to the issuance of a building permit, a site development plan, a landscape 
drainage plan, a fire protection plan and an engineering servicing 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; 


The Owner shall pay all applicable Regional, City and Education Development 
Charges in accordance with their respective Development Charges By-laws; 


The Owner shall grant easements as may be required for the installation of 
utilities and municipal services to service the lands, to the appropriate 
authorities; 


The Owner shall agree that all lighting on the site shall be designed and oriented 
to minimize glare on abutting properties and streets; 


The Owner shall agree that on-site waste collection shall be provided through a 
private waste hauler. 


That the report from J. Corbett, Director of Development Services, Planning and Building and K. 
Ash, Manager of Development Services, Planning and Building, dated May 18, 2000, to the 
Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: RECOMMENDATION 
REPORT — PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW —- SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. (NEIGHBOURHOOD 
502) - PART OF LOT 13, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. —- WARD 10 (File C6E12.2a and 21T- 
92025B — Stage 1) be received; and, 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval, the applicant shall prepare a preliminary 
community information map of the subdivision to be posted in a prominent location in each sales 
office where homes in the subdivision are being sold. The map shall contain the applicable 


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PB157-2000 


2000 06 12 


information prescribed within the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of Draft 
Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivision as it pertains to Sales Office Community 
Information Maps; 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval, the applicant shall execute a preliminary 
subdivision agreement to the satisfaction of the City. The preliminary subdivision agreement shall 
include a schedule identifying all of the notice provisions for all of the lots and blocks within the 
plan. 


That the subject application be approved and staff be authorized to issue the notice of draft plan 
approval, subject to the following: 


1. any necessary red-line revisions to the draft plan identified by staff; and, 


2, All conditions contained in the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of 
Draft Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivision, or derivatives or special 
applications of said conditions, as determined by the Commissioner of Planning and 
Building. 


That the report from N. Grady, Development Planner, Planning and Building, dated May 26, 
2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW 
— JAMAIT-UL-ANSAR OF BRAMPTON — NORTH EAST CORNER OF SUNFOREST 
DRIVE AND BOVAIRD DRIVE — WARD 2 (File C1E11.14) be received; and, 


That the subject application be approved and staff be directed to prepare the appropriate 
documents for the consideration of City Council, subject to the following: 


1. The site specific zoning by-law shall contain the following: 


a) The subject lands shall be zoned with a site specific Residential Street 
Townhouse B (R3B) Zone category which shall permit the following uses: 


i) Residential 
(1) a townhouse dwelling containing street townhouse dwellings; 
and, 
(2) an auxiliary group home subject to the requirements and 


restrictions set out in section 10.5 


ii) Non-Residential 
(1) purposes accessory to the other permitted purposes 
b) shall also be subject to the following requirements and restrictions: 


(1) Minimum Lot Area: 


Interior Lot- 185 square metres. 
Corner Lot- 275 square metres. 


(2) Minimum Lot Width: 


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(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(11) 


(12) 


City Council 
Interior Lot: - 6.0 metres per dwelling unit; 
Corner Lot: - 9.0 metres per dwelling unit; 


Minimum Lot Depth:- 27.5 metres; 


Minimum Front Yard Depth: 


- 4.5 metres to the front wall of the dwelling, provided that the front 
of any garage is not closer than 6.0 metres to the front lot line; 


Minimum Interior Side Yard Width: 


- 1.2 metres, except that where the common wall of the dwelling 
units coincide with a side lot line the setback may be zero. 


Minimum Exterior Side Yard Width: 

- 3.0 metres to the side wall of a dwelling; 
Minimum Rear Yard Depth:- 7.5 metres; 
Maximum Building Height:- 10.6 metres; 


Maximum Lot Coverage by Principal Building- 45 percent; 


Minimum Landscaped Open Space: 


40% of the front yard area and 30% of the front yard area if the 
extension of the side lot lines towards the front lot line result in an 
angle of less than 75 degrees at the front lot line; 


each dwelling unit shall have direct pedestrian access from the front 
yard to the rear yard with no more than a two step grade difference 
inside the unit and without having to pass through a habitable room; 


all buildings, structures and paved surfaces shall be setback a minimum 
of 3.0 metres from the easterly property boundary 


Development of the site shall be subject to a development agreement that shall contain the 


following provisions: 


a) Prior to the issuance of a building permit, a site development plan, fencing plan, 
landscape plan, grading and drainage plan, elevation cross section drawings, a fire 
protection plan and engineering and servicing plans shall be approved by the City and the 
Region of Peel, according to their areas of jurisdiction, and appropriate securities shall be 
deposited with the City and the Region to ensure implementation of these plans in 
accordance with the City’s site plan review process. 


b) The applicant shall grant easements to the appropriate authorities as may be required, for 
the installation of utilities and municipal services to service the lands. 


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c) 


d) 


e) 


g) 


h) 


k) 


The applicant shall agree that all lighting on the site shall be designed and oriented to 
minimize glare on abutting properties and streets. 


The applicant shall pay all applicable City, Regional and Educational Development 
Charges in accordance with their respective Development Charges By-law. 


The applicant shall agree that on-site waste collection shall be provided through a private 
waste hauler. 


Prior to the issuance of a building permit, the applicant shall engage the services of a 
qualified acoustical consultant to complete a noise study recommending noise control 
measures satisfactory to the City. The noise control measures and noise warnings 
recommended by the acoustical report shall be implemented to the satisfaction of the City 
of Brampton. 


The applicant shall provide a public road having a minimum right of way width of 12 
metres at pavement and a minimum cul-de-sac radius at pavement of 13 metres to the 
satisfaction of the Commissioner of the Works and Transportation Department. 


Block 4 shall be gratuitously conveyed to the City 


The applicant shall provide a 2.0 metre wide open space strip along the northerly 
property boundary within the street right-of-way and continuing along the west and north 
boundary of Block 4 that will be landscaped to the satisfaction of the City. 


The applicant shall include the following warning clauses in all offers of purchase and 
sale of residential lots until the permanent school for the area has been completed. 


(a) "Whereas, despite the best efforts of the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School 
Board, sufficient accommodation may not be available for all anticipated 
students from the area, you are hereby notified that students may be 
accommodated in temporary facilities and/or bussed to a school outside of the 
neighbourhood, and further, that students may later be transferred to the 
neighbourhood school." 


(b) "That the purchasers agree that for the purpose of transportation to school, 
residents shall agree that children will meet the bus on roads presently in 
existence or at another designated place convenient to the Board." 


Street “1” shall be named to the satisfaction of the City and the Region of Peel 
The Owner shall install a fence to screen the subject lands from the northerly abutting 


property. The location, design and height of the fence shall be to the satisfaction of the 
City of Brampton. 


That the Stormwater Management Study be dealt with under the Site Plan Approval Process. 


That the report from D. Muirhead, Development Planner, Planning and Building, dated May 19, 
2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT — APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN 
AND ZONING BY-LAW —- CHINGUACOUSY HEALTH SERVICES BOARD/ REGION 


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OF PEEL- PART BLOCK 160 & BLOCK 171, PLAN 43M-1222 — WARD 10 (File 
CSE11.15) be received; and, 


That the application be approved and staff be directed to prepare the appropriate documents for 
the consideration of City Council, subject to the following: 


1. The Official Plan Amendment shall amend the Sandringham Wellington Secondary Plan 
to designate the subject lands as “Institutional” and to allow the subject property to be 


used for both residential (retirement home) and institutional (long term care facility) uses. 


2, The site specific zoning by-law shall contain the following: 


a) the subject lands shall be zoned with a site specific “Institutional” Zone 
category which shall only permit the following uses: 


(1) nursing home; 
(2) retirement home; 
(3) apartment dwelling, excluding a single room occupancy unit; and, 
(4) purposes accessory to the permitted uses. 
b) shall also be subject to the following requirements and restrictions: 
(1) Maximum Lot Coverage: 50 percent. 
(2) Maximum Building Height: 6 storeys. 
(3) Minimum front, rear and side yard depth: 6 metres or 4 building 


height, whichever is greater. 


(4) A maximum 90 apartment or retirement home dwelling units shall be 
permitted. 

(5) A maximum of 160 beds shall be located in the nursing home. 

(6) The gross floor area of a dwelling unit shall be between 55 square 


metres and 112 square metres. 


(7) A minimum of 0.75 parking spaces shall be provided per apartment or 
retirement home dwelling unit. 


(8) A minimum 0.20 parking spaces shall be provided per nursing home 
bed. 

(9) A minimum of 15 percent of the lot area shall be landscaped open 
space. 


(10) A minimum 3.0 metre wide landscaped open space area, except at 
approved driveway locations, shall be provided along all street 
frontages. 


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PB160-2000 


PB161-2000 


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(11) A minimum 2 m’ outdoor amenity area per dwelling unit or bed shall 
be provided at the ground level. 


(12) For the purposes of this amendment, a Single Room Occupancy Unit 
shall mean a habitable dwelling unit owned and operated by a public 
authority, or by a non-profit and non-commercial organization, within 
which kitchen, sleeping and sanitary facilities are not physically 
separated. 


Cc) shall also be subject to the requirements and restrictions relating to the 12 Zone 
and all of the general provisions of the by-law which are not in conflict with the 
ones set out above. 


3. Prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law, the applicant shall enter into an agreement 
with the City which shall include the following: 


(a) Prior to the issuance of a building permit, a site development plan, a landscape 
drainage plan, a fire protection plan and an engineering servicing 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; 


(b) The Owner shall pay all applicable Regional, City and Education Development 
Charges in accordance with their respective Development Charges By-laws; 


(c) The Owner shall grant easements as may be required for the installation of 
utilities and municipal services to service the lands, to the appropriate 
authorities; 


(d) The Owner shall agree that all lighting on the site shall be designed and oriented 
to minimize glare on abutting properties and streets; 


(e) The Owner shall agree that on-site waste collection shall be provided through a 
private waste hauler. 


deleted — dealt with under Delegation E7, Resolution C245-2000. 
That the report from B. Campbell, Director of Building, Chief Building Official, dated May 15, 
2000, re: DEMOLITION PERMIT APPLICATION — 10926 AIRPORT ROAD (File G33) be 


received; and, 


That Council authorize that a demolition permit be issued under Section 33 of the Planning Act 
for the residential property located at: 


+ 10296 Airport Road. 
That the report from B. Campbell, Director of Building, Chief Building Official, dated May 15, 
2000, re: DEMOLITION PERMIT APPLICATION —- 10 MARKET STREET (File G33) be 


referred to Council on June 12, 2000, in closed session, as the matter is pertaining to litigation or 
potential litigation. 


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PB162-2000 


PB163-2000 


HB065-2000 


HB066-2000 


HB067-2000 


HB068-2000 


2000 06 12 


That the report from B. Campbell, Director of Building, Chief Building Official, dated May 26, 
2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: BUILDING 
PERMIT ACTIVITY FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 2000 (File B11) be received. 


That the Minutes of the BRAMPTON HERITAGE BOARD dated May 18, 2000, to the 
Planning & Building Committee meeting of June 5, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting dated May 18, 2000 be approved, as 
amended, to add: 


6.2 Discussion re: SUB-COMMITTEE RESEARCHING DESIGNATION OF THE 
HERITAGE BRIDGE — CREDITVIEW ROAD — NORTH OF STEELES 
AVENUE — WARD 6 (File G33); 


7.3 Report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building, dated 
May 4, 2000, re: STATUS REPORT, REVIEW AND UPDATE OF THE CITY OF 
BRAMPTON INVENTORY OF HERITAGE RESOURCES (HERITAGE 
PRESERVATION TOOLS) (File G33); 


7.4 Verbal report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building, 
re: MEETING OF GREATER TORONTO AREA HERITAGE STAFF (File G33); 


9.2 Correspondence from Mr. Rick Schofield, Corporate Secretary, Community Heritage 
Ontario, undated, re: MEMBERSHIP IN COMMUNITY HERITAGE ONTARIO 
(File G33); 


9.3 Correspondence (e-mail) from Mr. Steve Nelson, 4 Knightsbridge Road, Brampton, 
dated May 17, 2000, re: PRESERVATION OF BUILDING DATESTONES (File 
G33); 


9.4 Discussion re: ONTARIO HERITAGE FOUNDATION AWARDS PROGRAMS — 
HERITAGE COMMUNITY RECOGNITION PROGRAM 2000 AND YOUNG 
HERITAGE LEADERS PROGRAM 2000 (File G33). 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of April 20, 2000, to the Brampton 
Heritage Board Meeting of May 18, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


That the delegation of R. Barreiro, Digital Map Data Specialist, Recreation Planning, 
Development and Parks Operations, Community Services Department, re: HISTORICAL/ 
INTERPRETIVE SIGNAGE (File G33), to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of May 18, 
2000, be received; and, 


That the three-page handout from R. Barreiro providing samples of interpretive sign panels being 
used by the City of Hamilton in its Sam Lawrence Park, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting 
of June 18, 2000, be received. 

That the following delegations re: HERITAGE DISTRICT DESIGNATION FOR STREETS 
IN BRAMPTON DOWNTOWN AREA (File G33), to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of 
May 18, 2000, be received: 


1. Andrew deGroot, 27 Rosedale Avenue West, Brampton 


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HB069-2000 


HBO070-2000 


HB071-2000 


HBO072-2000 


HBO073-2000 


HB074-2000 


HBO075-2000 


HB076-2000 


2000 06 12 


City Council 
2; Ms. Laurie Huber, 19 Isabella Street, Brampton 
3. Mr. Allan McGregor, 4 David Street, Brampton 
4. Ms. Christine Cripps, 59 Rosedale Avenue West, Brampton; and, 


That the copy of the residents’ presentation to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of 
May 1, 2000, distributed to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of May 18, 2000, entitled, 
”PROTECTING OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD — KEEPING THE CHARACTER AND 
CHARM OF ‘THE WASHINGTON BLOCK’” be received; and, 


That the Brampton Heritage Board supports the residents in their efforts to pursue the designation 
of their neighbourhood as a Heritage District and looks forward to being kept informed of their 
progress and activities. 


That the verbal reports from M. Sim and H. DiDomizio, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting 
of May 18, 2000, re: TOWN OF NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE LACAC CONFERENCE - “A 
UNIQUE HERITAGE EXPERIENCE” — APRIL 28, 29, 2000 (File G33) be received. 


That the report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building, to the 
Planning and Building Committee, dated May 4, 2000, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting 
of May 18, 2000, re: STATUS REPORT, REVIEW AND UPDATE OF THE CITY OF 
BRAMPTON INVENTORY OF HERITAGE RESOURCES (HERITAGE 
PRESERVATION TOOLS) (File G33) be received. 


That the verbal report from D. Nicholson, Policy and Heritage Planner, Planning and Building, to 
the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of May 18, 2000, re: MEETING OF GREATER 
TORONTO AREA HERITAGE STAFF (File G33) be received. 


That the correspondence from D. Nicholson, Heritage and Policy Planner, Planning and Building 
Department, to Mr. R. Unterman, Unterman and McPhail Associates, dated May 1, 2000, to the 
Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of May 18, 2000, re: REVIEW AND UPDATE OF THE 
CITY OF BRAMPTON INVENTORY OF HERITAGE RESOURCES (File G33) be 
received. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Rick Schofield, Corporate Secretary, Community Heritage 
Ontario, undated, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of May 18, 2000, re: MEMBERSHIP 
IN COMMUNITY HERITAGE ONTARIO (File G33) be received; and, 


That the Brampton Heritage Board renew its membership in Community Heritage Ontario for a 
period of one year at a total cost of $50.00. 


That the correspondence (e-mail) from Mr. Steve Nelson, 4 Knightsbridge Road, Brampton, dated 
May 17, 2000, to the Brampton Heritage Board Meeting of May 18, 2000, re: PRESERVATION 
OF BUILDING DATESTONES (File G33) be deferred to the Brampton Heritage Board 
Meeting of June 15, 2000. 


That Glendale Public School, 35 Sunset Boulevard, Brampton, be nominated for an award under 
the Ontario Heritage Foundation’s Young Heritage Leaders Program 2000, for its efforts in 


preserving our natural heritage through its naturalization project. 


That the Brampton Heritage Board do now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, June 15, 2000, at 
7:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


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PB164-2000 


PB165-2000 


G2. 


C250-2000 


SV072-2000 


SV073-2000 


SV074-2000 


2000 06 12 


That the correspondence from Monica Berzins, dated May 26, 2000, to the Planning and Building 
Committee Meeting of June 5, 2000, re: NEIGHBOURHOOD MEETING FOLLOW-UP — 
JESSIE STREET & ROYCE AVENUE (File P75CE) be received. 


That the Planning & Building Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, June 19, 
2000 at 7:00 p.m. or at the call of the Chair. 


SIGN VARIANCE COMMITTEE -— June 6, 2000 


Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the Minutes of the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, Recommendations 
SV0072-2000 to SV093-2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the delegation of Dr. David S. Chuang, Queenstate Dental Care, to the Sign Variance 
Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — DR. DAVID 
CHUANG -— 143 QUEEN STREET EAST, UNIT 20 — WARD 3 (File G26SD), be received; 
and, 


That consideration of the SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — DR. DAVID CHUANG - 143 
QUEEN STREET EAST, UNIT 20 — WARD 3 (File G26SD, be deferred to the Sign Variance 
Committee Meeting of July 4, 2000; and, 


That Dr. Chuang meet with staff and provide all required information in writing in a timely 
manner so that a staff report and recommendations can be prepared in time for consideration at the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of July 4, 2000. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated April 12, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— COLONY LINCOLN MERCURY SALES LIMITED — 300 QUEEN STREET EAST - 
WARD 1 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a 12.5 square metres (135 square feet) ground sign approximately 7 
metres (23 feet) from the western property line of the Colony Lincoln Mercury car dealership at 
300 Queen Street East; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the delegation of Mr. Simon Ho, of Forward Sign and Advertising Co. Ltd., to the Sign 
Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
ROYAL CREST MALL — 50 KENNEDY ROAD SOUTH — WARD 3 (File G26SI) be 
received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated April 6, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
ROYAL CREST MALL — 50 KENNEDY ROAD SOUTH — WARD 3 (File G26SID) be 
received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 17, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 


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SV076-2000 


SV077-2000 


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ROYAL CREST MALL — 50 KENNEDY ROAD SOUTH — WARD 3 (File G26SI) be 
received; and, 


That approval be given for a 20.75 square metres (223.3 square feet) ground sign at 50 Kennedy 
Road South (south driveway on Kennedy Road); and, 


That the applicant shall ensure that any additions to the existing sign be approved by a 
Professional Engineer to the satisfaction of the City of Brampton Planning and Building 
Department; and, 


That the sign shall have a minimum clearance of 2.3 metres (7.5 feet); and, 
That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the delegation of Mr. Anthony Fallone, Construction Manager, Wal-Mart Canada, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
IMPERIAL SIGNS (WAL-MART) — 50 QUARRY EDGE DRIVE — WARD 5 (File G26S]) 
be received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated April 18, 2000, to 
the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION 
— IMPERIAL SIGNS (WAL-MART) - 50 QUARRY EDGE DRIVE — WARD 5 (File G26S]) 
be deferred to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of July 4, 2000; and, 


That the applicant shall provide information to A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, 
with respect to the size of the lettering on the signage at Wal-Mart’s Brampton East store so that it 
can be incorporated into a staff report for consideration at the Sign Variance Committee Meeting 
of July 4, 2000. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 15, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATIONS — 
BUILDERS A-FRAME MOBILE SIGNS (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That the applications for builders A-Frame mobile signs be approved, as follows: 


Company Name Number of Signs 
Beaverbrook Homes Inc. (Bovaird Drive and Sunny Meadow Blvd.) 12 
Rosedale Village (Phase IT) Inc. (N/W Dixie Road and Sandalwood Parkway) 12 
Cedar Valley Homes (S/W Highway 10 and Wanless Drive) 8 
Baycliffe Homes Inc. (1116 Highway 7, West of Chinguacousy Road) 10 


That prior to installation, the applicants shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 11, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
RYAN GAUL (PIZZA HUT) —- 3 GATEWAY BOULEVARD (SOUTH SIDE OF QUEEN 
STREET) — WARD 9 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for the following signage at the Pizza Hut operation at 3 Gateway 
Boulevard: 


a) one 2.73 square metres (29.3 square feet) wall sign attached to the parapet on the east 
elevation of the building; 


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SV079-2000 


SV080-2000 


SV081-2000 


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b) one 2.80 square metres (31 square feet) wall sign attached to the parapet on the north 
elevation of the building; 


c) one 2.77 square metres (29.8 square feet) wall sign attached to the parapet on the west 
elevation of the building; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 17, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
SHELL CANADA PRODUCTS LTD. — NORTHEAST CORNER OF BOVAIRD DRIVE 
AND GREAT LAKES DRIVE — WARD 10 (File G26SI) be deferred to the Sign Variance 
Committee Meeting of July 4, 2000. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 11, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
DISCOVERY (SENATOR HOMES) — BLOCK 242, LOT 11, CONCESSION 3 EHS 
(GREAT LAKES DRIVE) — WARD 10 (File G26SJ) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a temporary period for a 17.50 square metres (188 square feet) ground 
sign, and eight flags at the site facing Great Lakes Drive, approximately 90 metres (98.4 yards) 
from the northeast corner of Bovaird Drive and Great Lakes Drive (Block 242, Lot 11 EHS); and, 


That the sign be removed by June 6, 2002 or when the site is developed, whichever comes first; 
and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 11, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
DISCOVERY (SENATOR HOMES) —- BLOCK 98, PART OF LOTS 11 AND 12, 
CONCESSION 3 EHS (GREAT LAKES DRIVE) — WARD 10 (File G26SD) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a temporary period for a 6.58 square metres (70.8 square feet) ground 
sign on the west side of Great Lakes Drive approximately 36 metres (120 feet) from the southern 
limits of the development site (Block 98, Part of Lots 11 and 12, Concession 3 EHS); and, 


That the sign be removed by June 6, 2002 or when the site is developed, whichever comes first; 
and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 11, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
DISCOVERY (SENATOR HOMES) — PART OF LOTS 11 AND 12 - CONCESSION 3 
EHS (HEART LAKE ROAD) — WARD 10 (File G26SIJ) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a temporary period for a 14.6 square metres (157 square feet) ground 


sign facing Heart Lake Road (Part of Lots 11 and 12, Concession 3 EHS) approximately 29 
metres (31.7 yards) from Heart Lake Road; and, 


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SV083-2000 


SV084-2000 


SV085-2000 


2000 06 12 


That the sign be removed by June 6, 2002 or when the site is developed, whichever comes first; 
and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 11, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
BEAVERBROOK HOMES - 20 PETER ROBERTSON BOULEVARD — WARD 10 (File 
G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a temporary period for a 17.5 square metres (189 square feet) ground 
sign, facing Peter Robertson Boulevard, approximately 40 metres from the northeast corner of 
Peter Robertson Boulevard and Sunny Meadow Boulevard; and, 


That the sign be removed by June 6, 2002 or when the site is developed, whichever comes first; 
and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 11, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
SOUTHERN GRAPHIC SYSTEMS CANADA - 7965 GOREWAY DRIVE — WARD 10 
(File G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a temporary period for two construction ground signs, each 10.8 
square metres (116.2 square feet) in area, close to the southeast corner of Goreway Drive and 
Steeles Avenue at 7965 Goreway Drive; and, 


That the signs be removed by May 6, 2001 or 90 days after the completion of construction, 
whichever comes first; and, 


That the applicant shall obtain a letter of approval from the Region of Peel; and, 

That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 

That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 17, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY (RAILWAY CORRIDOR) — NORTHEAST 
QUADRANT OF HIGHWAY 7 AND RAILROAD CORRIDOR — WARD 2 (File G26SI) be 
received; and, 

That approval be given for an 18.58 square metres (200 square feet) Class B ground sign 
(billboard) within the rail corridor, on the northeast side of the intersection of the railroad track 


and Highway 7, erected at least 100 metres (328 feet) from any property zoned residential; and, 


That the applicant shall provide a letter of approval from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation; 
and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 8, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 


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SV087-2000 


2000 06 12 


PEGASUS WHOLESALE -— 100 ALFRED KUEHNE BOULEVARD — WARD 8 (File 
G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for the following signs on the southeast elevation of the Pegasus 
Wholesale building at 100 Alfred Kuehne Boulevard: 


a) one 6.21 square metres (66.9 square feet) canopy sign; 
b) one 3.9 square metres (41.9 square feet) canopy sign; and, 


That the applicant shall provide a letter of approval from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation; 
and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the delegation of Mr. Tony Gatti, of Orlando Corporation, to the Sign Variance Committee 
Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION —- ORLANDO 
CORPORATION —- 15 WESTCREEK BOULEVARD — WARD 8 (File G26S]) be received; 
and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 16, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
ORLANDO CORPORATION — 15 WESTCREEK BOULEVARD — WARD 8 (File G26SI) 
be received; and, 


That approval be given for a temporary period for a 27.87 square metres (300 square feet) 
construction sign and an 18.58 square metres (200 square feet) construction sign at 15 Westcreek 
Boulevard on the south side of the site facing Highway 407 approximately 250 metres (273 yards) 
from Tomken Road; and, 


That the signs be removed by May 6, 2001 or 90 days after the completion of construction, 
whichever comes first; and, 


That the applicant shall provide a letter of approval from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation; 
and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit 


That the delegation of Mr. Joe Plutino, of Lakeview Homes, to the Sign Variance Committee 
Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — LAKEVIEW HOMES 
(FLETCHERS) INC. — PART OF LOT 12, CONCESSION 3 WHS (NORTH OF BOVAIRD 
DRIVE, WEST OF MCLAUGHLIN ROAD) — WARD 3 (File G26SD) be received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 11, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
LAKEVIEW HOMES (FLETCHERS) INC. — PART OF LOT 12, CONCESSION 3 WHS 
(NORTH OF BOVAIRD DRIVE, WEST OF MCLAUGHLIN ROAD) — WARD 3 (File 
G26SI) be received; and, 


That approval be given for a temporary period for a 24 square metres (258 square feet) ground 


sign, close to the east side of the driveway leading to the Lakeview Homes Sales Office on 
Bovaird Drive (Part of Lot 12, Concession 3 WHS); and, 


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SV089-2000 


2000 06 12 


That the sign be removed by June 6, 2002 or when the site is developed, whichever comes first; 
and, 


That the existing sign shall either be removed or its size reduced to the recommended sign area; 
and, 


That the applicant shall provide a letter of approval from the Ontario Ministry of Transportation; 
and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the delegation of Reverend Victor Reigel, of Christ Church, to the Sign Variance Committee 
Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — CHRIST CHURCH - 4 
ELIZABETH STREET NORTH — WARD 5 (File G26SD) be received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 16, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
CHRIST CHURCH —- 4 ELIZABETH STREET NORTH — WARD 5 (File G26SI) be 
received; and, 


That approval be given for a 2.3 square metres (24 square feet) ground sign close to the northeast 
comer of Elizabeth Street and Queen Street; and, 


That approval be given for a 0.54 square metres (5.8 square feet) ground sign, on the north side of 
the church steps; and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


That the delegation of Mr. Nick Damiano, of Discovery Homes, to the Sign Variance Committee 
Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — DISCOVERY (SENATOR 
HOMES) —- SOUTHWEST CORNER OF PETER ROBERTSON BOULEVARD AND 
DIXIE ROAD — WARD 10 (File G26SI) be received; and, 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 11, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
DISCOVERY (SENATOR HOMES) —- SOUTHWEST CORNER OF PETER ROBERTSON 
BOULEVARD AND DIXIE ROAD — WARD 10 (File G26SD) be received; and, 


Whereas the owners of the property for which this sign variance application is being submitted are 
actually the developers; and, 


Whereas the property in question has dual zoning as of this date (June 6, 2000); 
Therefore be it resolved that approval be given for a temporary period for a 17.5 square metres 
(188 square feet) ground sign facing Peter Robertson Boulevard, approximately 24.3 metres (80 


feet) from the southwest corner of Peter Robertson Boulevard and Dixie Road; and, 


That the sign be removed by June 6, 2002 or when the site is developed, whichever comes first; 
and, 


That prior to installation the applicant shall obtain the appropriate City permit. 


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SV090-2000 


SV091-2000 


SV092-2000 


SV093-2000 


G3. 


C251-2000 


2000 06 12 


That the report from A. Cotic, Urban Designer, Planning and Building, dated May 11, 2000, to the 
Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: SIGN VARIANCE APPLICATION — 
BEAVERBOOK HOMES - 12 SUNNY MEADOW BOULEVARD — WARD 10 (File G26SD 
be received; and, 


That the application for a 17.5 square metres (189 square feet) ground sign facing Sunny Meadow 
Boulevard, approximately 170 metres from the southwest corner of Peter Robertson Boulevard 
and Sunny Meadow Boulevard, be refused; and, 


That staff be directed to pursue enforcement of the Sign By-Law with respect to Beaverbrook 
Homes’ illegal signage. 


That the report from D.B. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated June 6, 2000, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: 
SIGNING ON THE PUBLIC ROAD ALLOWANCE -— CARABRAM FESTIVAL — JULY 7, 
8, AND 9, 2000 (File G26SI/T37) be received; and, 


That approval be given for 52 — 4 feet by 4 feet Carabram promotional signs to be erected on 
Brampton’s road right-of-way, subject to the site-specific approval of the Works and 
Transportation Department and the standard “road occupancy permit” conditions; and, 


That City traffic crews erect said signs subject to reimbursement by Carabram for expended 
labour and equipment costs. 


That the verbal report from C. Sherman, Supervisor of Property Standards and By-Law 
Enforcement, Legal Services, to the Sign Variance Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000, re: 
UPDATE — PILOT PROJECT — BUILDERS A-FRAME MOBILE SIGNS (File G26SI) be 
received; and, 


That staff be directed to continue enforcement and coordinate having illegal signs picked up when 
practical and at least once a month; and, 


That the Supervisor of Property Standards and By-Law Enforcement, Legal Services, be directed 
to provide Committee with an update on the regular offenders with respect to builders A-Frame 
mobile signs. 


That the Sign Variance Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Tuesday, July 4, 2000, at 
2:30 p.m. or at the call of the Chair. 
COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE — June 7, 2000 


Regional Councillor Miles announced that the Canada Day Festivities will begin at 12:00 p.m. on 
July 1, 2000 at Chinguacousy Park. 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That the Minutes of the Community Services Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of June 12, 2000, Recommendations CS059-2000 to CS080-2000 be approved as printed 
and circulated. 

CARRIED 


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CS059-2000 


CS060-2000 


CS061-2000 


CS061-2000 


CS063-2000 


CS064-2000 


CS065-2000 


CS066-2000 


CS067-2000 


2000 06 12 


That the Agenda for the Community Services Committee Meeting dated June 7, 2000, be 
approved, as amended to add: 


D2. Mr. Brian Perras, President, BP Landscaping and Snow Removal, re: GRASS 
CUTTING SERVICES TO THE CITY OF BRAMPTON (File A43/F81). 


El. Report from D. Doan, Manager of Policy, Development and Special Services, 
Community Services, dated May 30, 2000, re: WOMEN’S TELEVISION NETWORK 
— NATIONAL WOMEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE (File C16). 


G8. Report from C. Murray, Manager of Marketing and Sales, Recreation Facilities and 
Programs Division, Community Services, and M. Held, Coordinator of Marketing and 
Sales — Youth, Recreation Facilities and Programs Division, Community Services, dated 
May 29, 2000, re: SUMMER PLAYGROUND PROGRAMS (File R46). 


That the delegation of Mr. David Spencer, C.E.O., RockLake Communications, to the Community 
Services Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: INTERNET DIRECTORY OF BRAMPTON 
CHRISTIAN CHURCHES (File C15) be received. 


That the delegation of Mr. Brian Perras, President, BP Landscaping and Snow Removal, to the 
Community Services Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: GRASS CUTTING SERVICES 
TO THE CITY OF BRAMPTON (File A43/F81) be received. 


That the delegation of Mr. Brian Perras, President, BP Landscaping and Snow Removal, to the 
Community Services Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: GRASS CUTTING SERVICES 
TO THE CITY OF BRAMPTON (File A43/F81) be received. 


That the report from V. Clark, Fire Chief, Fire and Emergency Services, Community Services, 
dated May 19, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: FIRE 
AND EMERGENCY SERVICES MONTHLY STATISTICS — APRIL 2000 (File D05) be 
received. 


That the report from B. Maltby, Director of Fire Prevention, Fire and Emergency Services, 
Community Services, dated May 10, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of 
June 7, 2000, re: OPEN AIR BURNING (File D05) be received; and, 


That the status quo remain with regard to the approval process for, and the issuance of, permits for 
open air burning. 


That the report from H. Newlove, Director of Recreation Facilities and Programs Division, 
Community Services, dated May 18, 2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of 
June 7, 2000, re: MOULD UPDATE AT CITY FACILITIES (File B44/B55) be received. 


That the report from P. Gordon, Marketing Coordinator — Special Events, Recreation Facilities 
and Programs Division, Community Services, dated April 26, 2000, to the Community Services 
Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: CANADA DAY 2000 CELEBRATIONS (File R51) be 
received; and, 


That an enhanced fireworks show with surround sound be added to the Canada Day Program. 


That the report from J. Lorhan, Citizens Awards Coordinator, Recreation Facilities and Programs 
Division, Community Services, dated May 16, 2000, to the Community Services Committee 


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CS068-2000 


CS069-2000 


CS070-2000 


CS071-2000 


CS072-2000 


CS073-2000 


CS074-2000 


CS075-2000 


2000 06 12 


Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: SERVICE CLUBS RECOGNITION PROGRAM (File R51) be 
received; and, 


That a delegation of Service Clubs attend the City Council Meeting of June 26, 2000 to request 
the establishment of Service Club Week. 


That the report from J. Lorhan, Citizens Awards Coordinator, Recreation Facilities and Programs 
Division, Community Services, dated May 24, 2000, to the Community Services Committee 
Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: HERMAN HEWGILL RECOGNITION AWARD (File R51) be 
received; and, 


That a recognition award in the name of Herman Hewgill be presented to his wife, Mabel 
Hewsgill, at the City Council Meeting of June 26, 2000. 


That the report from J. Lorhan, Marketing Coordinator — Special Events, Recreation Facilities and 
Programs Division, Community Services, dated May 29, 2000, to the Community Services 
Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: CALENDAR OF EVENTS MONTHLY REPORT 
(File R51) be received. 


That the report from C. Murray, Manager of Marketing and Sales, Recreation Facilities and 
Programs Division, Community Services, and M. Held, Coordinator of Marketing and Sales — 
Youth, Recreation Facilities and Programs Division, Community Services, dated May 18, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: MARKETING INITIATIVES 
FOR SUMMER PROGRAMS (File R46) be received. 


That the report from C. Murray, Manager of Marketing and Sales, Recreation Facilities and 
Programs Division, Community Services, and M. Held, Coordinator of Marketing and Sales — 
Youth, Recreation Facilities and Programs Division, Community Services, dated May 18, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: PEEL DISTRICT SCHOOL 
BOARD “PEEL PARTNERS?” (File R46) be received. 


That the report from C. Murray, Manager of Marketing and Sales, Recreation Facilities and 
Programs Division, Community Services, and M. Held, Coordinator of Marketing and Sales — 
Youth, Recreation Facilities and Programs Division, Community Services, dated May 29, 2000, to 
the Community Services Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: SUMMER PLAYGROUND 
PROGRAMS (File R46) be received. 


That the report from K. Walsh, Director of Recreation Planning, Development and Parks 
Operations Division, Community Services, dated May 15, 2000, to the Community Services 
Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: HARD AND SOFT SURFACED WALKWAYS (File 
B61) be received. 


That the report from S. Bodrug, Landscape Architect, Recreation Planning, Development and 
Parks Operations Division, Community Services, dated May 11, 2000, to the Community Services 
Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: GAGE PARK STATUS REPORT —- LONG RANGE 
PLAN (File R17) be received. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Dave Page, 69 Dufferin Street, Orangeville, to the Manager 
and Staff of Peel Village Golf Course, dated May 12, 2000, to the Community Services 
Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: COMPLIMENTS TO MANAGER AND STAFF ON 
EXCELLENT CONDITION OF PEEL VILLAGE GOLF COURSE AND CLUBHOUSE 
(File R21) be received. 


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CS076-2000 That the memorandum from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated May 24, 
2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: FRIENDS OF 
BOVAIRD HOUSE COMMITTEE NEWSLETTER AND MINUTES OF MEETING 
HELD MAY 2, 2000 (File R10/G33) be received. 


CS077-2000 That the memorandum from B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services, dated May 29, 
2000, to the Community Services Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, re: ARTICLE FROM 
ONTARIO FIRE SERVICE PUBLICATION — “THE MESSENGER” RE BRAMPTON 
FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES FITNESS PROGRAM (File D00) be received. 

CS078-2000 That the MINUTES OF THE MILLENNIUM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING OF 
APRIL 25, 2000 (File A20), to the Community Services Committee Meeting of June 7, 2000, be 


received. 


CS079-2000 That Committee proceeds into Closed Session in order to address a matter pertaining to a 
proposed or pending acquisition of land for municipal or local board purposes. 


CS080-2000 That the Community Services Committee do now adjourn to meet again during Committee of the 
Whole on Wednesday, July 5, 2000, at 2:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 
H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 
H 1. Discussion, re: EXEMPTION FROM INTERIM CONTROL BY-LAW 51-2000 — 3 
CRESCENT HILL DRIVE (File C51GR) (See Delegation E 6 and Planning and Building 
Committee Recommendation PB152-2000 from June 5, 2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATION E 6, RESOLUTION C244-2000 


I. CORRESPONDENCE 


* 11. Correspondence from Ms. Eleanor Clitheroe, Chair of the Board, Hydro One Networks Inc., dated 
May 1, 2000, re: INTRODUCTION OF THE HYDRO ONE NETWORKS INC. (File A43). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 

* 12. Correspondence from J. D. Leach, City Clerk, City of Vaughan, dated May 18, 2000, re: 
RESOLUTION — TRANSFER TAX AND MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC UTILITIES (MEU’S) 
(File A00) 
DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 

13. Correspondence from Ms. Novina Wong, City Clerk, City of Toronto, dated May 17, 2000, re: 

RESOLUTION — REVIEW OF THE RE-START OF PICKERING ‘A’ NUCLEAR 
STATION (File G00). 


C252-2000 Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by City Councillor Sprovieri 


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That the correspondence from Ms. Novina Wong, City Clerk, City of Toronto, dated May 17, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of June 12, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — REVIEW OF THE RE- 
START OF PICKERING ‘A’ NUCLEAR STATION (File G00) be received.; and 


That the Resolution of the City of Toronto regarding the Re-start of the Pickering ‘A’ Nuclear 
Station be endorsed. 
CARRIED 


Correspondence from Ms. Janice Harrison, Manager, Secretariat Services, Town of Markham, 
dated May 31, 2000, re: RESOLUTION — REQUEST THAT THE REPORT RE: GTSB 
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES BE EXPEDITED (File G75). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 

Correspondence from Ms. Lise Conde, Legislative Coordinator, Region of Peel, dated May 25, 
2000, re: RESOLUTION — REQUEST THAT THE REPORT RE: GTSB ROLES AND 
RESPONSIBILITIES BE EXPEDITED (File G75). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 


J. RESOLUTIONS 


Ji. 


C253-2000 


J2. 


C254-2000 


2000 06 12 


Resolution, re: APPLICATIONS TO SIGN VARIANCE COMMITTEE (File G26). 


Regional Councillor Bissell raised concerns with regards to the Sign Variance Committee dealing 
with applications to Sign Variance Committee for signs which have already been installed. 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Sprovieri 


That all Home Builders and Sign Installers in the City of Brampton be notified that a Sign 
Variance Application will not be dealt with by the Sign Variance Committee if the sign has 


already been erected without a permit before the variance has been issued. 


CARRIED 


Resolution, re: H.R.H. QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER (File G00) 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Begley 


Whereas the H.R.H. Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother will celebrate her 100" birthday on 
August 4, 2000; 


Therefore Be It Resolved that the Council of the City of Brampton send greetings to her Majesty; 
and 


That further a proclamation be made at the July 10, 2000 Council Meeting declaring August AY 
2000 “Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Day”; and 


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That the Union Jack be hoisted on the Community Flag Pole in Ken Whillans Square, Brampton 
City Hall in her honour. 
CARRIED 


J3. Resolution, re: RESIGNATION FROM/APPOINTMENT TO THE GOVERNANCE 
RESTRUCTURING COMMITTEE (File G26). 


C255-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That Regional Councillor Rhoda Begley be appointed to the Governance Restructuring 
Committee; and 


That the resignation of Regional Councillor Bissell from the Governance Restructuring 


Committee be accepted. 
CARRIED 


J4. Resolution, re: DEMOLITION PERMIT —- 10 MARKET STREET (File G33). 


C256-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by City Councillor Sprovieri 


That the report dated May 15, 2000, from B. Campbell, Director of Building and Chief Building 
Official, re: DEMOLITION PERMIT — 10 MARKET STREET, be received; 


That Council authorize issuance of a demolition permit under Section 33 of the Planning Act, 
subject to the following condition: 


“The applicant for the permit shall, not less than 3 years from the date of the demolition 
permit, construct and substantially complete the new building(s) to be erected on the site 
of the residential property proposed to be demolished”. 


CARRIED 
K. NOTICE OF MOTION - nil 
L. PETITIONS - nil 
M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS - nil 
N. TENDERS 
* Nl. Report from R. Bino, Director of Engineering and Development Services, dated May 26, 2000, re: 


CONTRACT 2000-101 —- RECONSTRUCTION OF BLAIR DRIVE (File F81). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C238-2000 


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oO. BY-LAWS 


C257-2000 


2000 06 12 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That By-laws 108-2000 to 120-2000 before Council at its Regular Meeting of June 12, 2000, be 
given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 
and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 


108-2000 


109-2000 


110-2000 


111-2000 


112-2000 


113-2000 


114-2000 


115-2000 


116-2000 


117-2000 


118-2000 


To authorize the execution of Minutes of Settlement on Assessment Appeals 
and to Repeal by-law 218-94 (File F95) (See Report F1) 


To continue the transition ratios established in 1998 for the Year 2000 and to 
levy the residential, farmland and managed forests taxes for the Year 2000 (File 
F95) (See Report F2) 


To Declare Surplus and Authorize the Transfer of Land - DISPOSITION OF 
LAND — SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. — DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION 
21T-98014B (File B00) 


To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended - JAMIAT-UL- 
ANSAR OF BRAMPTON — NORTH-EAST CORNER OF SUNFOREST 
DRIVE AND BOVAIRD DRIVE —WARD 2 (File C1E11.14) (See Delegation 
E4 and Report F4 and Planning and Building Committee Recommendation 
PB157 -2000 from June 5, 2000) 


To adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-137 - PELLIZZARI ET. AL — EAST 
SIDE OF HIGHWAY 10, NORTH AND SOUTH OF ROYCREST STREET — 
WARD 2 (File C1E17.18 and 21T-99004B) (See Report F 5) 


To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended - 1085216 
ONTARIO LIMITED (MATTAMY HOMES) — NORTHEAST QUADRANT 
OF CREDITVIEW ROAD AND HIGHWAY 7 — WARD 6 (File C3W11.4) 
(See Report F6) 


To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended — U-turns (File G02) 
(See Report F7) 


To amend Interim Control By-law 51-2000 (Group Home Type 1) - 11 
Fernbank Road (See Planning and Building Committee Recommendation 
PB142-2000 from May 15, 2000) 


To amend Interim Control By-law 51-2000, as amended (Group Home Type 1, 
Supportive Lodging House — 34 Cannon Crescent, 2 Heath Drive, 10 Sheldrake 
Court) (See Planning and Building Committee Recommendation PB152-2000 
from June 5, 2000) 


To accept and assume works in Registered Plan 43M-1209 - SANDRINGHAM 
PLACE INC. - WARD 10 


To prevent the application of part lot control to part of Registered 
Plan 43M-1377 (File P83) 


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CLOSED SESSION 


119-2000 To adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-138 - SANDRINGHAM PLACE 


INC. — PART OF LOTS 12 AND 13, CONCESSION 6 E.H.S. — WARD 10 
(FILE C6E12.2B and 21T-92025B) (See Report F16). 


120-2000 To confirm the proceedings for the Regular Council Meeting held June 10, 


2000. 


CARRIED 


At 5:30 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C258-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 


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> 


> 
> 


> 


security of the property of the municipality or local board 
personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board 
employees 
a proposed or pending acquisition of land for municipal or local board purposes 
litigation or potential litigation , including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting 
the municipality or local board 
labour relations or employee negotiations 
CARRIED 


Council moved into Open Session at 6:40 p.m., 


At 6:45 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C259-2000 


Moved by Regional Councillor Palleschi 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Begley 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 


> 
> 


> 
> 


> 


security of the property of the municipality or local board 
personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board 
employees 
a proposed or pending acquisition of land for municipal or local board purposes 
litigation or potential litigation , including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting 
the municipality or local board 
labour relations or employee negotiations 
CARRIED 


At 7:10 p.m. Council failed for quorum and the following were present: 


2000 06 12 


Mayor Robertson 

Regional Councillor Begley 
City Councillor DiMarco 
City Councillor Metzak 
City Councillor Sprovieri 
City Councillor Hames 


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MAYOR PETER ROBERTSON 


K. ZAMMIT, DEPUTY CITY CLERK 


2000 06 12 Page 47 of 47 


JUNE 19, 2000 — 3:00 P.M. 
SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


PRESENT Mayor Robertson 
Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 — G. Miles 
City Councillor Ward | - B. Hunter 
City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 
City Councillor Ward 3 - B. Callahan 
City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco 
City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 
City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton 
City Councillor Ward 8 - P. Richards 
City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 
City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 
City Councillor Ward 11- S. Hames 


ABSENT Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley (vacation) 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi (illness) 
City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie (vacation) 


STAFF PRESENT Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 

Mr. B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 

Mr. J. A. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. J. G. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 

Mr. V. Clark, Fire Chief, Fire and Emergency Services, Community Services 
Mr. J. Wright, Chief Information Officer, Corporate Services 

Mr. L. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services 


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Pe, A ee 


2000 06 19 


TABLE OF CONTENTS 


APPROVAL OF AGENDA 
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 
CLOSED SESSION 

OTHER BUSINESS 
BY-LAWS 
ADJOURNMENT 


PAGE 


Lh BW WY W WW 


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A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C260-2000 


Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That the Agenda for the June 19 2000 Special Council Meeting be approved as amended as 
follows: 


To add the following: 
D1. Discussion re: Works and Transportation Agenda dated June 21, 2000. 
D2. Minutes - Public Meeting - Hydro Restructuring - June 14, 2000 


CARRIED 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - nil 


C. CLOSED SESSION 


At 3:10 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C264-2000 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That this Council proceed in Camera in order to address a matter pertaining to: 
> Security of the property of the municipality or local board; and 


> Personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board 
employees. 


CARRIED 


Council moved into Open Session at 5:34 p.m., 


D. OTHER BUSINESS 


D1. 


C261-2000 


2000 06 19 


Discussion re: Works and Transportation Agenda dated June 21, 2000. 


Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the staff reports presented to the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of June 21, 
2000 for consideration be referred directly to the City Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, and 


That the Works and Transportation Committee Meeting of June 21, 2000, be cancelled. 


CARRIED 


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D2. Minutes - Public Meeting - Hydro Restructuring - June 14, 2000 


C262-2000 Moved by Regional Councillor Bissell 
Seconded by City Councillor Hunter 


That the Minutes of the Hydro Restructuring Public Meeting of June 14, 2000 be approved as 
printed and circulated. 


CARRIED 


E. BY-LAW 


C263-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor DiMarco 


That By-laws 121-2000 to 122-2000 before Council at its Special Meeting of June 19, 2000, be 
given the required number of readings, taken as read, and signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk, 
and Corporate Seal affixed thereto. 

121-2000 To amend Traffic By-law 93-93, as amended — FIRE ROUTES (File T00) 

122-2000 To confirm the proceedings for the Special Council Meeting held on June 19, 2000. 


CARRIED 


F. ADJOURNMENT: 


C265-2000 Moved by City Councillor DiMarco 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That this Council do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, June 26, 2000 at 7:00 p.m., or at the 
call of the Mayor. 


CARRIED 


THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 5:35 P.M. ON JUNE 19, 2000. 


MAYOR PETER ROBERTSON 


L. J. MIKULICH, CITY CLERK 


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JUNE 26, 2000 — 5:30 P.M. 


REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF BRAMPTON 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL 
2 WELLINGTON STREET WEST, BRAMPTON 


PRESENT Mayor P. Robertson 
Regional Councillor Wards 8 and 9 - R. Begley 
Regional Councillor Wards 3 and 4 — S. Fennell 
Regional Councillor Wards 7 and 11 —G. Miles 
City Councillor Ward 2 — L. Jeffrey 
City Councillor Ward 3 — B. Callahan 
City Councillor Ward 4 - S. DiMarco (left at 7:05 p.m. — Other Municipal 
Business) 
City Councillor Ward 5 - G. Gibson 
City Councillor Ward 6 - J. Hutton 
City Councillor Ward 7 - B. Cowie 
City Councillor Ward 8 — P. Richards 
City Councillor Ward 9 — D. Metzak 
City Councillor Ward 10 - J. Sprovieri 
City Councillor Ward 11 - S. Hames 


ABSENT Regional Councillor Wards | and 5 - L. Bissell (Other Municipal Business) 
Regional Councillor Wards 2, 6 and 10 - P. Palleschi (illness) 
City Councillor Ward 1 — B. Hunter (Other Municipal Business) 


STAFF PRESENT Mr. L. V. McCool, City Manager 

Mr. R. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services 

Ms. M. Love, Commissioner of Corporate Services 

Mr. A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation 
Mr. J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building 

Mr. J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor 
Mr. P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services 
Mr. V. Clark, Fire Chief, Community Services 

Mr. L. Mikulich, City Clerk, Legal Services 

Ms. W. Cooke, Legislative Coordinator, Legal Services 


MINUTES 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


PAGE 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 3 
B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 3 
C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 4 
D. CONSENT MOTION 4 
PROCLAMATIONS 9 
ANNOUNCEMENTS 10 
E. DELEGATIONS 10 
F. REPORTS OF OFFICIALS 16 
G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 
1. Administration and Finance Committee 23 
2. By-law Committee 28 
3. Planning and Building Committee 29 
H. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 33 
CORRESPONDENCE 34 
J. RESOLUTIONS 35 
K. NOTICE OF MOTION 35 
L. PETITIONS 25 
M. OTHER BUSINESS/NEW BUSINESS 35 
N. TENDERS 35 
O. BY-LAWS 36 
CLOSED SESSION 37 
P. ADJOURNMENT 37 


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At 5: 30 p.m. the following motion was passed 


C266-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Bissell 


That the Council proceed into a Closed Session in order to address matters pertaining to 
> security of the property of the municipality or local board 
> aproposed or pending acquisition of land for municipal or local board purposes 
> labour relations or employee negotiations 
CARRIED 


Council recessed at 6:15 p.m. and moved in to Open Session at 7:05 p.m. 
A. APPROVAL OF AGENDA 


C267-2000 Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Fennell 


That the Agenda for the June 26 2000 Regular Council Meeting be approved as amended as 
follows: 


To add the following: 


Announcement, re: CITY OF BRAMPTON WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION 
EMPLOYEES ASSISTANCE IN THE TOWN OF WALKERTON WATER CRISIS 


Announcement, re: THREE NATIONS WOMEN’S SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT - JUNE 
23-25, 2000 


Announcement, re: CITY OF BRAMPTON CANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS 

E 3. Mr. Tavone, Tafmar Holdings Limited, re: RECOMMENDATION REPORT — 
PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO 
AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW —- TAFMAR 
HOLDINGS LIMITED —- 10205 AND 10225 KENNEDY ROAD NORTH — WARD 
2 (File C2E12.13) (See Planning and Building Recommendation PB168-2000) 

F 25. Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated June 19, 2000, 
re: TRANSMITTAL OF THE OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING 
BY-LAW - SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. - (File C4E15.2) 

M1. _ Discussion, re: GARBAGE PICK-UP CONCERNS (File) 


By-law 134-2000 To adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-139 - SANDRINGHAM PLACE 
INC. 


By-law 135-2000 To amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law151-88, as amended - 
SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. 


B. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST nil 


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C. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 


Cl. 


C268-2000 


C2. 


C269-2000 


REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING — June 12, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Fennell 


That the Minutes of the Council Meeting held June 12, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 26, 
2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 


SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING - June 19, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


That the Minutes of the Special Council Meeting held June 19, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
June 26, 2000 be approved as printed and circulated. 
CARRIED 


D. CONSENT MOTION 


C270-2000 


2000 06 26 


Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That Council hereby approve 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: 


That the report from A. Pritchard, Real Estate Coordinator, Legal Services, dated June 19, 2000, 
re: RECYCLING DEPOT LEASE WITH THE REGION OF PEEL WILLIAMS 
PARKWAY WORKS YARD (File B40) be received; and 


That consideration of the lease with the Region of Peel for the Recycling Centre at Williams 
Parkway Works Yard be deferred to the July 10, 2000 Council Meeting to allow completion of 
the lease negotiations. 


That the report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, dated June 16, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: PERMITTING THE ENCROACHMENT OF A 
CANOPY OVER QUEEN STREET EAST (File P46) be received; and 


That By-law 124-2000 be passed to permit the construction, maintenance and encroachment of a 
canopy over Queen Street East on substantially the terms set out in the by-law and agreement. 


That the report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Legal Services, dated June 16, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: PERMITTING THE CONSTRUCTION OF A 
WATERLINE UNDER CREDITVIEW ROAD FROM PART OF LOT 12, CONCESSION 
4 W.H.S. TO PART OF LOT 12, CONCESSION 3 W.H.S. - RALPH AND BEATRICE 
MONKMAN (File P1259) be received; and 


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That the By-law 125-2000 be passed to permit the construction and maintenance of a water line 
crossing under Creditview Road. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, dated June 19, 2000, 
to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: CANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS SATURDAY 
JULY 1, 2000 (File W25SOCI) be received; and, 


That permission be granted for the closure of the following roadways during the Saturday July 1, 
2000 Canada Day Celebrations to be held at Chinguacousy Park: 


> Bramalea Road between Queen Street and Central Park Drive (9:00 p.m. — 12:00 p.m. 
midnight) 


> Central Park Drive between Hilldale Crescent and Bramalea Road (9:00 p.m. — 12:00 p.m. 
midnight) 


> Central Park Drive between Hanover Road and Queen Street (9:00 p.m. — 12:00 p.m. 
midnight) 


> Central Park Drive between Kensington Road and Queen Street (9:00 p.m. — 12:00 p.m. 
midnight) 


> Goodwood Road between Bramalea Road and Goldcrest Road (10:00 a.m. — 11:30 p.m.) 
subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, dated June 14, 2000, 
to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000 re: STREET PARTY — EASTWOOD COURT 
SATURDAY JULY 8, 2000 (File W25SOCI) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the Eastwood Court “Street Party” occurring Saturday July 8, 
2000, subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, dated June 14, 2000, 
to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000 re: STREET PARTY — CHURCHVILLE PICNIC 
SATURDAY JULY 8, SUNDAY JULY 9, 2000 (File W25SOCI) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the Churchville Picnic “Street Party” to be held on Martins 
Boulevard occurring Saturday July 8, Sunday July 9, 2000, subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, dated June 14, 2000, 
to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000 re: STREET PARTY - CAMBERLEY CRESCENT 
SATURDAY JULY 1, 2000 (File W25SOCD) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the Camberley Crescent “Street Party” occurring Saturday July 1, 
2000, subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, dated June 19, 2000, 


to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000 re: STREET PARTY — HOOD CRESCENT 
SATURDAY JULY 1, 2000 (File W25SOCD) be received; and 


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That permission be granted for the Hood Crescent “Street Party” occurring Saturday July 1, 2000, 
subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, dated June 19, 2000, 
to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000 re: STREET PARTY —HILLPATH CRESCENT 
SATURDAY JULY 1, 2000 (File W25SOCI) be received; and 


That permission be granted for the Hillpath Crescent “Street Party” occurring Saturday July 1, 
2000, subject to standard permit conditions. 


That the report from J. Corbett, Director, Development Services Division, Planning and Building 
Department, dated June 19, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000 re: CASSELS, 
BROCK AND BLACKWELL - TRANSMITTAL OF THE ZONING BY-LAW 
AMENDMENT - CANADIAN TIRE PROPERTY ON THE WEST SIDE OF GOREWAY 
DRIVE - WARD 10(File C7E4.14) be received; and, 


That authorize the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute the agreement; and, 
That By-law 128-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 56-83; and 


That in accordance with section 34 (17) of the Planning Act R.S.O.. 1990, c.P13, as amended, 
Council hereby determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed 
by-law. 


That the report from J. Corbett, Director, Development Services Division, Planning and Building, 
dated May 30, 2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND 
THE ZONING BY-LAW - MANORBAY ESTATES INC. - WARD 10 (File C9ES.11) be 
received; and, 


That the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute the development agreement; and, 

That By-law 130-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 56-83; and 

That in accordance with Section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, as amended, 
Council hereby determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed 
by-law. 

That the report from J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor, dated June 19, 
2000 to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: DISPOSITION OF LAND - 18 KARAT 
DEVELOPMENTS INC. (File B00) be received; and 


That By-law 131-2000 be passed to declare surplus and authorize the transfer of Block 147, 
Registered Plan 43M-1204 to 18 Karat Developments Inc. 


That the report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, dated June 21, 2000, to the 
Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: 1999 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (File F05) be 


received; and 


That the 1999 Audited Financial Statements be received and approved. 


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That the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated May 15, 2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: WORKS AND 
TRANSPORTATION REPORT FOR APRIL 2000 (File G24) be received. 


That the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, 
and T. Castle, Live Stock Valuer, Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, dated May 
17, 2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: RECOVERY OF LIVE STOCK 
LOSSES — MR. GORD MCCLURE, 10704 CHINGUACOUSY ROAD, BRAMPTON — 
WARD 6 (File A25) be received; and, 


That the following person be compensated as noted: 


Name: Gord McClure 

Address: 10704 Chinguacousy Road 
Brampton, Ontario L6V 1A1 

For the loss of: One Charlais calf 

Value: $490.00 


That the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be instructed to issue payment for the subject claim. 


That the report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, 
and T. Castle, Live Stock Valuer, Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, dated June 
2, 2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: RECOVERY OF LIVE STOCK LOSSES 
— MR. GIUSEPPE CALAUTTI, 9482 THE GORE ROAD, BRAMPTON —- WARD 10 (File 
A25) be received; and, 


That the following person be compensated as noted: 


Name: Giuseppe Calautti 

Address: 9482 The Gore Road 
Brampton, Ontario L6T 3Y7 

For the loss of: One Suffolk Ewe 

Value: $126.00 


That the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be instructed to issue payment for the subject claim. 


That the report from A.D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated May 29, 
2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS AT 
HUMBERWEST PARKWAY AND GOREWAY DRIVE — WARD 10 (File T36) be received; 
and, 


That Traffic Control Signals be installed at Humberwest Parkway and Goreway Drive in the 2000 
Program utilizing funds remaining within the Humberwest Parkway Capital Project Number 99- 
3220. 


That the report from D.B. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated June 12, 2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26,, 2000, re: RADAR 
PATROL SIGNAGE — UPDATE AND STATUS — WARD 10 (File T03) be received; and, 


That Work and Transportation Staff report back to the August 2, 2000 Committee of the Whole 


meeting and include the comments from Peel Regional Police Personnel and address issues such 
as justification for installation and the overuse (proliferation) of this type of signage. 


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That the Minutes of the Governance Restructuring Committee Meeting of May 15, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, Recommendations GRO12-2000 to GRO14-2000 be approved 
as printed and circulated. 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Governance Restructuring Committee Meeting of May 15, 2000 be 
approved as amended to add the following: 


Gl. Discussion, re: ACQUISITION OF A FINANCIAL CONSULTANT 


This item was added at the request of D. Reader, Executive Assistant to the City 
Manager. 


That the Minutes of the Governance Restructuring Committee Meeting held April 25, 2000 to the 
Governance Restructuring Committee Meeting of May 15, 2000 be approved as printed and 
circulated. 


That the Governance Restructuring Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Monday, May 
29, 2000, or at the call of the Chair. 


That the correspondence from the Association of Municipalities of Ontario, dated June 13, 2000, 
to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: AMO ACTS TO PROTECT ONTARIO’S 
WATER (File A10) be received. 


That the correspondence dated June 9, 2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: 
POWER SWITCH — UPDATE ON ENERGY COMPETITION IN ONTARIO (File C35) be 
received. 


That the correspondence from A. Macintyre, Legislative Co-ordinator, Region of Peel, dated June 
9, 2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: STEELES AVENUE WEST - 
DETAILED DESIGN, PROJECTS 98-4180 AND 99-1970 - CITY OF BRAMPTON, 
WARD 6 (File G70/RE) be received. 


That the correspondence from Michael Power, AMO President, dated June 13, 2000, to the 
Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: NEW LEGISLATION - ELECTRICITY (File C35) be 
received. 


That the correspondence from Linda Andrew, Clerk, Township of Ashfield, undated to the 
Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: PROVINCE WIDE MORATORIUM ON LIQUID 
MANURE FACILITIES (File G65) be received. 


That the correspondence from The Honourable Paul Martin, Minister of Finance, dated June 14, 
2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: URBAN TRANSPORTATION 
INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING (File G60) be received. 


That the correspondence from Vicki Barron, General Manager, Credit Valley Conservation, dated 
June 15, 2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: SUSTAINABLE WATER 
STRATEGY (File N42) be received. 


That the report from R. Bino, Director, Engineering and Development Services, Works and 
Transportation and A. Livingston, Acting Manager, Purchasing & Materials Management, 


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Corporate Services, dated June 15, 2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: 
CONTRACT 2000-105 - MISCELLANEOUS SIDEWALKS (File F81) be approved; and, 


That the Contract be awarded to Serve Construction Ltd. in the total amount of $259,786.37 being 
the most responsive and responsible bid received. 


Report from J. Brophy, Director, Maintenance & Operations, Works and Transportation and A. 
Livingston, Acting Manager, Purchasing & Materials Management, Corporate Services, dated 
June 15, 2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: CONTRACT NO. 2000-134 - 
MODERNIZATION OF TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS AT THE INTERSECTIONS 
OF: PART “A” — CENTRAL PARK DRIVE AND CLARK BOULEVARD, PART “B” — 
CENTRE STREET AND CHURCH STREET, PART “C” — FISHERMAN DRIVE AND 
HURONTARIO STREET, PART “D” —- TORBRAM ROAD AND EAST DRIVE/WALKER 
DRIVE (File F81) be approved; and 


That the Contract be awarded to Fellmore Electrical Contractors Limited in the total amount of 
$172,027.37 being the most responsive and responsible bid received. 


Report from J. Brophy, Director, Maintenance & Operations, Works and Transportation and A. 
Livingston, Acting Manager, Purchasing & Materials Management, Corporate Services, dated 
June 12, 2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: CONTRACT NO. 2000-007 - TO 
SUPPLY AND INSTALL FOUR (4) ONLY TANDEM DUMP BODIES AND FOUR (4) 
ONLY SNOW PLOWS C/W WINGS (File F81) be approved; and, 


That the Contract be awarded to Viking Cives Ltd. in the total amount of $254,361.60 being the 
only responsive and responsible bid received. 
CARRIED 


PROCLAMATIONS 


1. 


C271-2000 


2000 06 26 


Proclamation— CARABRAM WEEK — JULY 3 - 9, 2000 


Mr. Jerry Kuhlmann of the Carabram Executive received the proclamation on their behalf. He 
highlighted the various pavilions that are participating in Carabram Celebrations between July 7- 
9, 2000. He also advised that Brampton Transit will be providing bus service between the 
pavilions. 


Item E | was brought forward and dealt with at this item. 


Moved by City Councillor Metzak 
Seconded by City Councillor Cowie 


That the delegation of Mike McAstocker, Carabram Past President to the Council Meeting of June 
26, 2000 re: CARABRAM 2000 be received; and 


That the City of Brampton advise the Liquor License Board of Ontario that they have no objection 
to the issuance of a Special Occasion Permit for the Carabram Event to be held at various 


locations throughout the City of Brampton between July 7-9, 2000. 
CARRIED 


Proclamation - SERVICE CLUB WEEK - AUGUST 7 — 12, 2000 


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Representatives from the various Service Clubs in Brampton were present to receive the 
proclamation. They highlighted the weeks events and challenged City Council to enter a team 
into their Baseball Tournament to be held on August 7, 2000 at the Brampton Fairgrounds. 


ANNOUNCEMENTS 


hi 


Presentation to Mabell Hewgill re: RECOGNITION AWARD IN THE NAME OF THE 
LATE HERMAN HEWGILL 


City Councillor Hames, Chair of the Citizen Awards Committee paid tribute to the late Herman 
Hewgill, who was a member of the Citizen Awards Committee who passed away in 1999 and 
highlighted his volunteer accomplishments. Mayor Robertson presented Mrs. Mabell Hewegill 
with a certificate in recognition of her late husband’s volunteer accomplishments. Mrs. Hewgill 
advised that her husband enjoyed volunteering on the various Committees and thanked the City of 
Brampton for recognizing him. 


Announcement, re: CITY OF BRAMPTON WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION 
EMPLOYEES ASSISTANCE IN THE TOWN OF WALKERTON WATER CRISIS 


City Councillor Gibson advised that he went to the Town of Walkerton to visit the City of 
Brampton workers who are volunteering their time to assist the residents in cleaning up their 
water system after the recent E coli bacteria incident. He advised that they should be recognized 
during the Public Works Week in 2001. A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and 
Transportation advised that he is very proud of his employees and that they weren’t asked to go to 
Walkerton, but that they approached senior staff and volunteered. 


Announcement, re: THREE NATIONS WOMEN’S SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT —- JUNE 
23-25, 2000 


Council commended the Community Services staff for an outstanding job in hosting t the Three 
Nations Women’s Softball Tournament. Special thanks were given to Mr. Rob Beatty, Marketing 
Coordinator Field and Racquet Programs, Community Services for organizing the Tournament . 
It was announced that the final game would be broadcasted on the CBC Television Network on 
Saturday, July 1, 2000 at 2:00 p.m. 


Announcement, re: CITY OF BRAMPTON CANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS 


City Councillor Cowie highlighted the events that will be taking place in Chinguacousy Park for 
Canada Day Saturday, July 1, 2000. He also recognized the efforts of Pam Gordon, Marketing 
Coordinator Special Events and Ski Programs and Jean Lorhan, Marketing Coordinator, 
Community Services for organizing this event. 


E. DELEGATIONS 


El. 


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Delegation of Mike McAstocker, Carabram Past President re: CARABRAM 2000 


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DEALT WITH UNDER PROCLAMATION FOR CARABRAM WEEK — RESOLUTION 
C271-2000 


Delegation of Ms. Beverley Unsworth, Executive Director, Brampton Downtown Business 
Association, re: ‘CLASSIC CARS & LEGENDARY STARS’ FESTIVAL - July 20 — 23 
(See Report F1). 


Mr. Mike Chaddock, Board Member, Brampton Downtown Business Association advised of the 
Classic Cars and Legendary Stars Festival to be held July 20 to July 23, 2000 and highlighted the 
various tribute artists that would be appearing, the parade of over 200 classic cars and the other 
events that would be occurring during this event. 


Report F 1, was brought forward and dealt with at this time. 


Moved by Regional Councillor Fennell 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That the delegation of Ms. Beverley Unsworth, Executive Director, Brampton Downtown 
Business Association to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: “CLASSIC CARS & 
LEGENDARY STARS’ FESTIVAL - July 20 — 23, 2000 (File W25SOCI) be received; and 


That the report from D. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, dated June 14, 2000, 
to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: CLASSIC CARS AND LEGENDARY STARS 
EVENT FRIDAY, JULY 21, 20000, SATURDAY JULY 22, 2000 AND SUNDAY JULY 23, 
2000 (File W25SOCI) be received; and, 


That permission be granted for the closure of Wellington Street between Main Street and George 
Street Friday July 21, 2000 from 5:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. subject to standard permit conditions; 
and, 


That permission be granted for the closure of Wellington Street between Main Street and George 
Street Saturday July 22, 2000 from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. subject to standard permit conditions; 
and, 


That permission be granted for the Classic Car Procession to occur on Main Street between 
Church Street and Wellington Street Saturday July 22, 2000 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. subject 
to standard permit conditions; and, 


That permission be granted for the partial closure of the southbound curb lane of George Street 
between Queen Street and a point approximately 100 metres southerly Friday July 21, 2000 (5:00 
p.m. — 11:30 p.m., Saturday July 22, 2000 (9:00 a.m. — 11:30 p.m.) and Sunday July 23, 2000 
(9:00 a.m. — 6:00 p.m.) subject to standard permit conditions. 

CARRIED 


Mr. Tavone, Tafmar Holdings Limited, re: RECOMMENDATION REPORT — PROPOSED 
DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL 
PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW — TAFMAR HOLDINGS LIMITED — 10205 AND 10225 
KENNEDY ROAD NORTH — WARD 2 (File C2E12.13) 


City Councillor Jeffrey advised after discussions with staff Mr.Tavone, Tafmar Holdings Limited 
he did not wish to address Council due to his concerns being addressed. 


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Planning and Building Recommendation PB168-2000 was extracted from the June 19, 2000 
Planning and Building Committee Meeting Minutes and dealt with at this time. 


Moved by City Councillor Jeffrey 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That the Development and Engineering Services Staff , Works and Transportation be directed to 
assist Woodhall Park and Tafmar Holdings Limited in developing a cost sharing agreement to 
construct a left turn lane which will assist Woodhall Park in their future plans for expansion; and 


That the report from N. Grady, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
June 9, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 19, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT - PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - 
TAFMAR HOLDINGS LIMITED - 10205 AND 10225 KENNEDY ROAD NORTH - 
WARD 2 (File C2E12.13) be received; and, 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval, the applicant shall prepare a preliminary 
community information map of the subdivision to be posted in a prominent location in each sales 
office where homes in the subdivision are being sold. The map shall contain the applicable 
information prescribed within the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of Draft 
Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivision as it pertains to the Sales Office Community 
Information Maps; 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval, the applicant shall execute a preliminary 
subdivision agreement to the satisfaction of the City. The preliminary subdivision agreement shall 
include a schedule identifying all of the notice provisions for all of the lots and blocks within the 
plan. 


That Planning and Building Committee recommend approval of an Official Plan Amendment that 
amends the Heart Lake East Secondary Plan to enable single family and semi-detached 
development as shown on the proposed draft plan of subdivision as well an appropriate land use 
designation and associated policies for the portion of the subject lands proposed to be developed 
for a two storey retail/commercial/office building. 


That prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law for the commercial block, the applicant shall 
submit elevation and urban design concept plans to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of the 
Planning and Building Department. The design shall incorporate: an architectural pitched roof 
design having a residential character along both the Kennedy Road and Penrith Court elevations; 
architectural detailing on all sides of the proposed retail/commercial/office building comparable to 
the front elevation facing Kennedy Road; a prominent entrance to the second floor of the 
commercial building; and, the screening of roof top mechanical units 


That Planning and Building Committee recommend approval of the site specific zoning by-law 
that shall contain the following: 


1) The portion of the subject lands proposed for single family detached lots shall be zoned 
with a site specific RID zone category which shall permit the following uses: 


a) shall only be used for those purposes permitted in an RID zone; 


b) shall also be subject to the following requirements and restrictions: 


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(1) Minimum Lot Area: - 261 square metres; 
(2) Minimum Lot Width: - 9.0 metres 

(3) Minimum Lot Depth: - 29 metres; 

(4) Minimum Front Yard Depth: 

- 6.0 metres to the front garage and 4.5 metres to the front wall ofa 
dwelling; 

(5) Minimum Rear Yard Depth: 

- 7.5 metres which may be reduced to a minimum of 6.0 metres 
provided that the area of the rear yard is at least 25% of the 
minimum lot area; 

(6) Minimum Interior Side Yard Width: 

- 0.6 metres, provided the combined total of the interior side yards on 

an interior lot is not less than 1.8 metres; 
(7) Maximum Building Height: 2 storeys; 
(8) Minimum Landscaped Open Space: 

- 40% of the minimum front yard area; and, 

- 30% of the minimum front yard area if the acute angle at the 
intersection of the side lot lines extended beyond the front lot line is 
greater than 25 degrees; 

(9) the following provisions shall apply to garages: 

(a) the maximum garage door width shall be 3.10 metres; 

(b) the garage door width may be widened by an extra 0.6 metres 
if the front of the garage is not more than 2.5 metres closer to 
the front lot line than the ground floor main entrance of the 
dwelling unit; 

(c) the interior garage width, as calculated 3 metres from the 
garage opening shall not exceed 0.6 metres over the maximum 
garage door width permitted on the lot. 

2) The portion of the subject lands proposed for semi-detached lots shall be zoned with a 


site specific R2A zone category which shall permit the following uses: 


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a) 
b) 


shall only be used for those purposes permitted in an R2A zone; 


shall also be subject to the following requirements and restrictions: 


(1) 
(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


Minimum Lot Area:- 210 square metres; 


Minimum Lot Width: - 14.0 metres per lot and 7.0 metres per dwelling 
unit; 


Minimum Lot Depth:- 30 metres; 


Minimum Front Yard Depth: 


- 6.0 metres to the front garage and 4.5 metres to the front wall of a 
dwelling; 


Minimum Rear Yard Depth: 

- 7.5 metres which may be reduced to a minimum of 6.0 metres 
provided that the area of the rear yard is at least 25% of the 
minimum lot area; 


Minimum Interior Side Yard Width: 


- 1.2 metres, except where the common wall of the dwelling unit 
coincides with a side lot line the setback may be 0; 


Maximum Building Height: 2 storeys; 


Minimum Landscaped Open Space: 


- 40% of the minimum front yard area; and, 
- 30% of the minimum front yard area if the acute angle at the 
intersection of the side lot lines extended beyond the front lot line is 


greater than 25 degrees; 


the following provisions shall apply to garages: 


(a) the maximum garage door width shall be 3.10 metres; 


(b) the garage door width may be widened by an extra 0.6 metres 
if the front of the garage is not more than 2.5 metres closer to 
the front lot line than the ground floor main entrance of the 
dwelling unit; 


(c) the interior garage width, as calculated 3 metres from the 


garage opening shall not exceed 0.6 metres over the maximum 
garage door width permitted on the lot. 


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3) 


The portion of the subject lands proposed for retail/commercial/office purposes shall be 
zoned with a site specific Service Commercial (SC) Zone category which shall permit the 
following uses: 


a) shall only be used for the following purposes: 


(1) a retail establishment without the outside storage and display of goods 
and materials; 


(2) aservice shop; 

(3) apersonal service shop; 

(4) a bank, trust company, finance company; 
(5) anoffice, including medical offices ; 

(6) a laundry distribution station; 


(7) a dining room restaurant, a standard restaurant, a take-out restaurant, a 
fast food restaurant without drive-through facilities; 


b) shall also be subject to the following requirements and restrictions: 
(1) the following purposes shall not be permitted: (i) adult entertainment 
parlour; (11) adult video store; (111) pool halls; (iv) amusement 


arcades; (v)temporary open air markets; (vi) no storage of goods and 
materials outside a building; 


(2) maximum gross leasable commercial floor area- 1,000 square metres; 
(3) minimum front yard depth- 16.0 metres; 

(4) minimum rear yard depth- 9.0 metres 

(5) minimum setback from the southerly property line- 4.0 metres; 

(6) minimum setback from the northerly property line- 42 metres; 


(7) Landscaped Open Space 
- a 3.0 metre wide landscaped open space area shall be provided 
along the front lot line, except at approved access locations; and, 
- a 3.0 metre wide landscaped open space area shall be provided 
along the rear lot line. 


(8) Maximum Building Height- 2 storeys; 


(9) refuse storage for restaurant uses shall be contained in a climate 
controlled areas within a building; 


(10) all garbage and refuse storage, other than for a restaurant, including 


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containers for the storage of recyclable materials, shall be enclosed 
within a building. 


(11) Shall be subject to the general provisions of Zoning By-law 151-88, 
and all the requirements relating to the SC zone which are not in 
conflict with the ones set out in 3. B) above 


That Planning and Building Committee recommend approval of the subject application and staff 
be authorized to issue the notice of draft plan approval, subject to the following: 


I. any necessary red-line revisions to the draft plan identified by staff; and, 
2. all conditions contained in the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of Draft 
Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivisions, or derivatives or special applications 


of said conditions, as determined by the Commissioner of Planning and Building. 


CARRIED 


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Report from M. J. Parks, Traffic Operations Supervisor, Works and Transportation, dated June 14, 
2000, re: CLASSIC CARS AND LEGENDARY STARS EVENT - FRIDAY, JULY 21 — 
SUNDAY, JULY 23, 2000 - WARD 4, 5 (File C25SOCI). 


DEALT WITH UNDER DELEGATION E 2, RESOLUTION C272-2000 

Report from A. Pritchard, Real Estate Co-ordinator, Legal Services, dated June 19, 2000, re: 
RECYCLING DEPOT LEASE WITH REGION OF PEEL - WILLIAMS PARKWAY 
WORKS YARD (File B40). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 

Report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Real Estate Services, Legal Services, dated June 16, 
2000, re: PERMITTING THE ENCROACHMENT OF A CANOPY OVER QUEEN 
STREET EAST (File P46SI) (See By-law 124-2000). 

DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 

Report from M. Kitagawa, Legal Counsel, Real Estate Services, Legal Services, dated June 16, 
2000, re: PERMITTING THE CONSTRUCTION OF A WATER LINE UNDER 
CREDITVIEW ROAD FROM PART OF LOT 12, CONCESSION 4 W.H.S. TO PART OF 
LOT 12, CONCESSION 3 W.H.S. - RALPH AND BEATRICE MONKMAN (File P1259) 
(See By-law 125-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


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Report from D.B. Minaker, Manager, Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated June 19, 2000 re: CANADA DAY CELEBRATIONS - SATURDAY JULY 1, 2000 
(File C25SOCID). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


Report from D.B. Minaker, Manager, Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated June 14, 2000, re: STREET PARTY —- EASTWOOD COURT - SATURDAY JULY 8, 
2000 (File W25SOCI). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


Report from D.B. Minaker, Manager, Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated June 14, 2000, ree STREET PARTY - CHURCHVILLE PICNIC - SATURDAY 
JULY 8, SUNDAY JULY 9, 2000 (File W25SOCI). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


Report from D.B. Minaker, Manager, Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated June 14, 2000, re: STREET PARTY - CAMBERLEY CRESCENT - SATURDAY 
JULY 1, 2000 (File W25SOCD. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


Report from D.B. Minaker, Manager, Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated June 19, 2000, re: STREET PARTY - HOOD CRESCENT - SATURDAY JULY 1, 
2000 (File W25SOCI). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


Report from D.B. Minaker, Manager, Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated June 19, 2000, re: STREET PARTY - HILLPATH CRESCENT - SATURDAY 
JULY 1, 2000 (File W25COCD. 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


Report from A. Pritchard, Real Estate Coordinator, Legal Services, dated June 19, 2000, re: 
AMENDMENT TO LICENCE AGREEMENT WITH CANADIAN NATIONAL 
RAILWAY COMPANY BRAMPTON INTERMODAL TERMINAL (File P1400) 


A. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation advised that there have been 
advertisements in the newspapers pertaining to the proposed anti-whistling by-law for Ward Road 
and Williams Parkway shunting operations that are anticipated to be presented to City Council at 
their July 10, 2000 Meeting. 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by City Councillor Richards 


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C275-2000 


2000 06 26 


That the report from A. Pritchard, Real Estate Coordinator, Legal Services, dated June 19, 2000 to 
the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000 re: AMENDMENT TO LICENCE AGREEMENT 
WITH CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY COMPANY BRAMPTON INTERMODAL 
TERMINAL (File P1400) be deferred to the July 10, 2000 Council Meeting; and 


That CN staff be invited to attend this Meeting. 
CARRIED 


Report from J. Corbett, Director, Development Services Division, Planning and Building, dated 
June 19, 2000, re: CASSELS, BROCK AND BLACKWELL - TRANSMITTAL OF THE 
ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - CANADIAN TIRE PROPERTY ON THE WEST 
SIDE OF GOREWAY DRIVE - WARD 10(File C7E4.14) (See By-law 128-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


Report from J. Corbett, Director, Development Services Division, Planning and Building, dated 
June 16, 2000, re: PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION 
TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - TORNORTH 
HOLDINGS LIMITED - WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) (See By-law 129-2000). 


J. Marshall responded to questions regarding additional warning clauses pertaining to aircraft 
noise and the luminated sign at Fortino’s from the store at Bovaird and Mountainash be added to 
the Development Agreement by advising that warning clauses pertaining to those concerns are not 
applicable to this development at this time. 


Moved by City Councillor Hames 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Miles 


That the report from J. Corbett, Director, Development Services Division, Planning and Building, 
dated June 16, 2000, to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN 
OF SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND 
ZONING BY-LAW - TORNORTH HOLDINGS LIMITED - WARD 11 (File C6E10.3) 
(See By-law 129-2000) be received; and 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval, the Official Plan amendment shall be approved; 
and 


That the draft plan conditions as outlined in the subject report be endorsed; and, 


That By-law 129-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law 151-88, as amended; 
and 


That staff be directed to report back to City Council if the recommendations of the noise study 


warrant further amendments to the zoning provisions. 


Report from J. Corbett, Director, Development Services Division, Planning and Building, dated 
May 30, 2000, re: APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - MANORBAY 
ESTATES INC. - WARD 10 (File C9ES.11) (See By-law 130-2000). 


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DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


Report from J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor, dated June 19, 2000, 
re: DISPOSITION OF LAND - 18 KARAT DEVELOPMENTS INC. (File B00) (See By- 
law 131-2000). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


Report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, dated June 21, 2000, re: 1999 
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (File F05). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


Report from S. Solski, Co-ordinator of Entertainment, Community Services, dated June 30, 2000, 
re: TOURING ARTISTS PROGRAM FOR THE BRAMPTON CENTRE (File R21 BR) 


B. Cranch, Commissioner of Community Services highlighted changes that are going to be made 
to the location of the stage area to enhance the ambiance for the shows. 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by City Councillor Hames 


That the report from S. Solski, Co-ordinator of Entertainment, Community Services, dated June 
30, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: TOURING ARTISTS PROGRAM FOR 
THE BRAMPTON CENTRE (File R21.BR) be received; and 


That the Commissioner of Community Services be authorized to execute a contract satisfactory to 
the Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor to establish a touring artists program for 
the seasons of September 2000 to June 2001 at the Brampton Centre for Sports and Entertainment 
in accordance with the financial parameters outlined in the subject report; and 


That the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer be authorized to transfer $22,500.00 from the 2000 
Capital Budget funded from Reserve #6; and 


That the Community Services Department includes for the 2001 portion of the contract in their 
2001 Current Budget. 
CARRIED 


Report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, dated 
May 15, 2000, re: WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION REPORT FOR APRIL 2000 (File 
G24). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 
Report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, and T. 
Castle, Live Stock Valuer, Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, dated May 17, 


2000, re: RECOVERY OF LIVE STOCK LOSSES — MR. GORD MCCLURE, 10704 
CHINGUACOUSY ROAD, BRAMPTON — WARD 6 (File A25). 


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DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


Report from P. Howorun, Director of Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, and T. 
Castle, Live Stock Valuer, Administrative Services, Works and Transportation, dated June 2, 
2000, re: RECOVERY OF LIVE STOCK LOSSES — MR. GIUSEPPE CALAUTTI, 9482 
THE GORE ROAD, BRAMPTON — WARD 10 (File A25). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 
Report from A.D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated May 29, 2000, 


re: TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS AT HUMBERWEST PARKWAY AND GOREWAY 
DRIVE — WARD 10 (File T36). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


Report from J. Brophy, Director of Maintenance and Operations, Works and Transportation, dated 
May 24, 2000, re: POLICY FOR PARKING OF PUBLIC UTILITY VEHICLES ON 
BOULEVARDS AND PARKLAND (File W05). 


Moved by City Councillor Richards 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That the report from J. Brophy, Director of Maintenance and Operations, Works and 
Transportation, dated May 24, 2000 to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, re: POLICY FOR 
PARKING OF PUBLIC UTILITY VEHICLES ON BOULEVARDS AND PARKLAND 
(File W05) be referred to the August 2, 2000 Committee of the Whole Meeting so that the Works 
and Transportation, Community Services and Planning and Building Departments together with 
the Public Utilities Commission to bring forward a more comprehensive report on this matter. 


CARRIED 


Report from D.B. Minaker, Manager of Traffic Engineering Services, Works and Transportation, 
dated June 12, 2000, re: RADAR PATROL SIGNAGE — UPDATE AND STATUS —- WARD 
10 (File T03). 


DEALT WITH UNDER CONSENT RESOLUTION C270-2000 


MINUTES — BRAMPTON SAFETY COUNCIL — JUNE 1, 2000 (File G26). 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by City Councillor Hutton 


That the minutes of the Brampton Safety Council Meeting held June 1, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of June 26, 2000, Recommendations SC070-200 to SC071-2000 be approved as amended 
in Recommendation SC074-2000 to add the following: 


“That the staff of the Works and Transportation Department contact Mr. Manuel, Co-Chair of the 
Fernforest Public School Council with regards to the “No Parking” signage request in front of 
Fernforest School”. 

CARRIED 


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SC071-2000 


SC072-2000 


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The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Brampton Safety Council Meeting dated June 1, 2000 be approved, as 
amended, to add: 


3.1 


5.4 


D. 


5.6 


5.7 


5.8 


5.9 


Additional delegation re: BUSING PLANS — SOMERSET DRIVE PUBLIC 
SCHOOL - WARD 2 (File G26): 


3. Mrs. Marybeth Parrott, 15 Carnforth Drive, Brampton; 


Correspondence from Ms. Joanne Freer, 35 Carnforth Drive, Brampton, dated May 28, 
2000, re: BUSING PLANS — SOMERSET DRIVE PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 2 
(File G26); 


Correspondence from Dale Young and Jim Shakespeare, 10 Ramsgate Court, Brampton, 
dated May 26, 2000, re: BUSING PLANS — SOMERSET DRIVE PUBLIC SCHOOL 
— WARD 2 (File G26); 


Correspondence from Ms. Patricia C. Watson, 22 Ramsgate Court, Brampton, dated May 
29, 2000, re: BUSING PLANS — SOMERSET DRIVE PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 
2 (File G26); 


Correspondence from Michael and Marybeth Parrott, 15 Carnforth Drive, Brampton, 
dated May 29, 2000, re: BUSING PLANS — SOMERSET DRIVE PUBLIC SCHOOL 
— WARD 2 (File G26); 


Correspondence from Cindy and Dennis Grant, 28 Cairnmore Court, Brampton, dated 
May 29, 2000, re: BUSING PLANS — SOMERSET DRIVE PUBLIC SCHOOL — 
WARD 2 (File G26); 


Correspondence from the Keyes Family, 38 Carnforth Drive, Brampton, dated May 28, 
2000, re: BUSING PLANS — SOMERSET DRIVE PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 2 
(File G26); 


Correspondence from Lisa Statham and Derek Haigh, Brampton, dated May 31, 2000, re: 
BUSING PLANS — SOMERSET DRIVE PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 2 (File G26); 


Correspondence from Mrs. W. Goodison, 41 Carnforth Drive, Brampton, dated May 29, 
2000, re: BUSING PLANS — SOMERSET DRIVE PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 2 
(File G26); and, 


Correspondence from Mrs. J. Richardson, Principal, Goldcrest Public School, dated May 
31, 2000, re: ESTABLISHMENT OF “KISS AND RIDE” PROGRAM AT 
GOLDCREST PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 11 (File G33). 


That the Minutes of the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of May 4, 2000, to the Brampton 
Safety Council Meeting of June 1, 2000, be approved as printed and circulated. 


That the following delegations, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of June 1, 2000, re: 
BUSING PLANS —- SOMERSET DRIVE PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 2 (File G26), be 


received: 


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SC073-2000 


SC074-2000 


SC075-2000 


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City Council 
1. Ms. Lindsey D. Biro, Principal, Somerset Drive Public School 
2: Mrs. Pat Watson, 22 Ramsgate Court, Brampton; 
3. Mrs. Marybeth Parrott, 15 Carnforth Drive, Brampton; and, 


That the following correspondence, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of June 1, 2000, re: 
BUSING PLANS —- SOMERSET DRIVE PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 2 (File G26), be 
received: 


5.1 Ms. Lindsey D. Biro, Principal, Somerset Drive Public School, dated May 15, 2000 
5.2 Ms. Carol Soper-Hubacheck, 36 Wadsworth Circle, Brampton, dated May 16, 2000 
5.4 Ms. Joanne Freer, 35 Carnforth Drive, Brampton, dated May 28, 2000 

5:5 Dale Young and Jim Shakespeare, 10 Ramsgate Court, Brampton, dated May 26, 2000 
5.6 Ms. Patricia C. Watson, 22 Ramsgate Court, Brampton, dated May 29, 2000 

5.7 Michael and Marybeth Parrott, 15 Carnforth Drive, Brampton, dated May 29, 2000 
5.8 Cindy and Dennis Grant, 28 Cairnmore Court, Brampton, dated May 29, 2000 

5.9 The Keyes Family, 38 Carnforth Drive, Brampton, dated May 28, 2000 

5.10 Lisa Statham and Derek Haigh, Brampton, dated May 31, 2000 

5.11 Mrs. W. Goodison, 41 Carnforth Drive, Brampton, dated May 29, 2000; and, 


That a site inspection be scheduled. 


That the correspondence from Ms. Linda Pierce, Division of Fire Prevention, Brampton Fire and 
Emergency Services, Community Services Department, dated May 5, 2000, to the Brampton 
Safety Council Meeting of June 1, 2000, re: SITE INSPECTION — GORDON GRAYDON 
SENIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 1 —- MONDAY, MARCH 6, 2000 (SC056-2000) (File 
G26) be received and forwarded to Gordon Graydon Senior Public School and the Peel District 
School Board for appropriate action. 


That the correspondence from Mr. Brian T. Manuel, Co-Chair, Fernforest Public School — School 
Council, dated May 18, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of June 1, 2000, re: 
TRAFFIC/STUDENT SAFETY CONCERNS — FERNFOREST PUBLIC SCHOOL - 
WARD 10 (File G26) be received; and, 


That Mr. Manuel be advised that a review of the crossing guard locations in the area of Fernforest 
Public School will be undertaken in the Fall of 2000, therefore, his request for an additional guard 
cannot be complied with at this time; and, 


That Mr. Manuel be requested to provide clarification on the location for which he is requesting 
an additional pedestrian crossing, in his correspondence dated May 18, 2000; and 


That the staff of the Works and Transportation Department contact Mr. Manuel, Co-Chair of the 
Fernforest Public School Council with regards to the “No Parking” signage request in front of 
Fernforest School. 


That the correspondence from Mrs. J. Richardson, Principal, Goldcrest Public School, dated May 
31, 2000, to the Brampton Safety Council Meeting of June 1, 2000, re: ESTABLISHMENT OF 
“KISS AND RIDE” PROGRAM AT GOLDCREST PUBLIC SCHOOL — WARD 11 (File 
G33) be received; and, 


That a site inspection be scheduled. 


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That the Brampton Safety Council do now adjourn to meet again on Thursday, August 31, 2000, 
at 9:30 a.m., at Peel Children’s Safety Village (Brampton Sports Park, Kennedy Road South of 
Steeles Avenue). 

Report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated June 19, 2000, re: 
TRANSMITTAL OF THE OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW - 
SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. - (File C4E15.2). 


Moved by City Councillor Sprovieri 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Begley 


That the report from J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building, dated June 19, 2000, 
re: TRANSMITTAL OF THE OFFICIAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND ZONING BY-LAW 
- SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. - (File C4E15.2) be received; and 


That By-law 135-2000 be passed to adopt Official Plan Amendment OP93-139 


That By-law 136-2000 be passed to amend Comprehensive Zoning By-law151-88, as amended; 
and 


That it is hereby determined that in adopting the subject Official Plan Amendment; Council has 


regard to all matters of Provincial Interest and the Provincial Policy Statements as set out in 
Section 2 and 3(5), respectively of the Planning Act R.S.O., c P 13, as amended. 


That in accordance with section 34(17) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.P.13, Council hereby 
determines that no further public notice is to be given in respect of the proposed by-law. 


CARRIED 


G. COMMITTEE REPORTS 


Gl. 


2000 06 26 


ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE - June 14, 2000 


J. Marshall, Commissioner of Planning and Building responded to questions pertaining the Office 
Node Study and advised that staff are still working on this report. 
Recommendation AF025-2000 was read at this time: 


“That the report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services, 
dated June 7, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of June 14, 
2000, re: URBAN SERVICE AREA (File P00) be received; and, 


“That a by-law be passed to dissolve the Urban Service Area established under By-Law 
67-81, as amended; and, 


“That an application be made to the Ontario Municipal Board, pursuant to section 15 of 
the Municipal Act, for a order of the Ontario Municipal Board to dissolve the Urban 
Service Area that was established by By-Law 67-81; and, 
“That this be completed for the 2001 taxation year.” 

L. McCool, City Manager responded to questions of Council in this regard. P. Caine, Chief 


Financial Officer/Treasurer provided a comparison chart showing the assessment of similar 
urban/rural properties and how the rural properties are still benefiting from lower assessment. 


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J. Metras, Commissioner of Legal Services and City Solicitor advised of the process the City of 
Brampton has to implement the proposed By-law and indicated that a public meeting is not 
necessary. 


Direction was given: 
> That the Regional and City Councillors who represent rural constituents hold a public 
meeting to inform them of the proposed changes to the Urban Service Area; and 


> That the Communications Division, Corporate Services prepare a newsletter to advise 
the rural residents of the proposed changes to the Urban Service Area. 


The following motion for deferral was then introduced voted on and lost: 


“That the report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services, 
dated June 7, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of June 14, 
2000, re: URBAN SERVICE AREA (File P00) be deferred to the August 2, 2000 
Committee of the Whole Meeting so that staff can provide further property assessment 
comparisons to display how the rural properties will still benefit from the proposed By- 
law.” 


Administration and Finance Committee Recommendation AF025-2000 was then voted as follows: 
“That the report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services, 
dated June 7, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of June 14, 


2000, re: URBAN SERVICE AREA (File P00) be received; and, 


“That a by-law be passed to dissolve the Urban Service Area established under By-Law 
67-81, as amended; and, 


“That an application be made to the Ontario Municipal Board, pursuant to section 15 of 
the Municipal Act, for a order of the Ontario Municipal Board to dissolve the Urban 
Service Area that was established by By-Law 67-81; and, 

“That this be completed for the 2001 taxation year.” 


ON TAKING A RECORDED VOTE, THE CITY CLERK NOTED THE MOTION “CARRIED” 
—9 YEAS, 4 NAYS AND 4 ABSENT, AS FOLLOWS: 


IN FAVOUR OPPOSED ABSENT 
Begley Robertson Bissell 
Fennell Hutton Palleschi 
Miles Cowie Hunter 
Jeffrey Sprovieri DiMarco 
Callahan 

Gibson 

Richards 

Metzak 

Hames 


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C280-2000 


AF019-2000 


AF020-2000 


AF021-2000 


AF022-2000 


AF023-2000 


2000 06 26 


Moved by Regional Councillor Miles 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That the Minutes of the Administration and Finance Committee of June 14, 2000 to the Council 
Meeting of June 26, 2000, Recommendation AF019-2000 to AF031-2000 be approved as printed 
and circulated. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting dated June 14, 2000 be 
approved, as printed and circulated. 


That the report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services, dated June 
5, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of June 14, 2000, re: 
DEVELOPMENT CHARGES STATEMENTS (File F33) be received. 


That the report from P. Honeyborne, Controller and Deputy Treasurer, Corporate Services, dated 
June 5, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of June 14, 2000, re: 
INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE (File F06) be received; and, 


That staff be directed to submit an annual report to the Administration and Finance Committee in 
the Second Quarter of each year detailing the performance of the City’s investments in the prior 
year and that the Investment Policy be amended accordingly. 


That the report from P. Honeyborne, Controller and Deputy Treasurer, Corporate Services, dated 
June 5, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of June 14, 2000, re: 
OMERS PREMIUM HOLIDAY (File H21) be received; and, 


That the Chief Financial Officer/City Treasurer be authorized to establish an OMERS Rate 
Stabilization Reserve Fund; and, 


That the Chief Financial Officer/City Treasurer be authorized to redistribute the OMERS premium 
budget previously devoted to funding the liability for vested sick leave, commencing May 1, 
2000, as follows: 


> 1/3 to the OMERS Rate Stabilization Reserve Fund 
> 1/3 to the 10% Non-DC Top Up Reserve Fund 
> 1/3 to Permanent Salaries and Wages; and, 


That the requirements for contributions to the OMERS Rate Stabilization Reserve Fund be 
reassessed at the end of 2001, and for contributions to the 10% Non-DC Top Up Reserve Fund be 
reassessed at the end of 2002. 


That the recommendations with respect to a Brampton E-Business Strategy be accepted as 
follows: 


General Recommendations for the Overall E-Business Strategy 


That the report from J. Wright, Chief Information Officer, Corporate Services, and D. Cutajar, 
Director of Economic Development, dated June 14, 2000, to the Administration and Finance 


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2000 06 26 


Committee Meeting of June 14, 2000, re: POLICY REPORT: BRAMPTON E-BUSINESS 
STRATEGY (File G25) be received; and, 


That the project management of the Brampton E-Business Strategy be undertaken by the E- 
Business Development Team, as follows: (1) the Project Director (Chief Information Officer, 
Corporate Services); (2) the Project Manager (Director of Economic Development); (3) the Chair 
of the Web Coordinating Committee (Manager of Communications, Corporate Services); and, the 
new E-Business Development Manager (this position was included in the 2000 Budget process); 
and, 


That the inter-relationship between the E-Business Development Team and the Corporate 
Departments be in accordance with the information contained in Figure 2 in the aforementioned 
report; and, 


That the City Manager be the Project Sponsor on behalf of Management Team; and, 


That the E-Business Development Team be mandated to administer all aspects of the project, 
including negotiating agreements/contracts, under the guidance of the City Manager and 
Management Team; and, 


That the E-Business Development Team be directed to seek approval from the Administration and 
Finance Committee at appropriate stages of the planning, coordination, and delivery of the E- 
Business Strategy; and, 


That funding for the development of the E-Business Strategy be supported by the 2000 Budget (as 
approved on April 26, 2000); and, 


That the long-term financial implications of the proposed E-Business Strategy be presented to the 
Administration and Finance Committee for approval; and, 


Interim Upgrade Strategy to Existing Web Site (4-6 Months) 


That all City departments be directed to review the proposed Short-Term Web Site Development 
Priorities, as set out in the aforementioned report, with a view to confirming priorities and 
allocating appropriate resources to complete the short term work plan; and, 


That the internal support structure described in the aforementioned report be implemented and 
work commence with departments to facilitate E-Business development activities on a short-term 
basis; and, 


That a short-term marketing program be developed by the Web Coordinating Committee 
(Marketing Sub-Committee) to promote features available in the current site as well as new 
features resulting from implementation of the short-term development program; and, 


Long-Term Development of Brampton’s E-Business Strategy (2-3 Years) 

That staff be authorized to explore the feasibility of planning and implementing this project with 
various private sector partners, including, but not exclusive to, Rogers Communications Inc. and 
Ericsson Communications, both of whom have expressed an interest in developing an E-Business 


partnership with the City of Brampton; and, 


That staff be directed to explore all options and seek the necessary direction and approval from 
City Council before entering into an agreement with a private sector partner(s), and, 


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AF024-2000 


AF025-2000 


AF026-2000 


2000 06 26 


That staff be directed not to assign exclusivity to one private sector organization and the E- 
Business Strategy shall be designed as an “open system”, meaning it can be scaled and moved 
between different platforms, as partners and technology change over time; and, 


That staff be authorized to retain an expert consulting firm to assist in designing and developing 
the E-Business Strategy in such a way whereby City Services can be delivered using the latest 
communication formats, such as personal computers; WebTV; televisions; cellular phones and 
other personal devices; and other new formats which are expected to emerge; and, 


That a maximum of $60,000.00 from the CHIPS Program be used to retain the services of an 
external consulting firm; and, 


That a Terms of Reference be established in conjunction with the selected consulting firm to plan 
and coordinate a solution for Brampton which encompasses the following core deliverables: 


Content Strategy and Tactics 

Web Design and Technology Strategy and Tactics 
Communication Channel Strategy and Tactics 
Marketing Strategy and Tactics 

Organizational Strategy and Tactics 

Municipal Financial Impact and Mechanisms; and, 


VVVVVV 


That staff be directed to present the results of the analysis to the Administration and Finance 
Committee upon completion. 


That the appropriate steps be taken to expand the Urban Service Area for the 2001 
taxation year in accordance with the Proposed Urban Service Area Map, as it appears on page 
G5-11 of the Administration and Finance Committee Agenda dated June 14, 2000; and, 


That, before proceeding with a full dissolution of the Urban Service Area, information be 
provided to all Council members to offer assurances that rural residents will be given the breaks 
suitable to their reduced service levels. 


That the report from P. Caine, Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, Corporate Services, dated June 
7, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of June 14, 2000, re: URBAN 
SERVICE AREA (File P00) be received; and, 


That a by-law be passed to dissolve the Urban Service Area established under By-Law 67-81, as 
amended; and, 


That an application be made to the Ontario Municipal Board, pursuant to section 15 of the 
Municipal Act, for a order of the Ontario Municipal Board to dissolve the Urban Service Area that 
was established by By-Law 67-81; and, 


That this be completed for the 2001 taxation year. 
That the report from C. Connor, Corporation Counsel and Director of Real Estate Services, Legal 
Services, dated June 5, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of June 14, 


2000, re: INFORMATION REPORT — TORNORTH HOLDINGS LTD. — ASSESSMENT 
APPEAL - PART OF LOT 10, CONCESSION 6 EHS (File F95) be received. 


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AF027-2000 


AF028-2000 


AF029-2000 


AF030-2000 


AF031-2000 


G2. 


C281-2000 


BLO11-2000 


BLO012-2000 


2000 06 26 


That the report from P. Dray, Manager of Prosecutions, Legal Services; P. Hunter, Manager of 
Revenue Services, Corporate Services; and, K. Zammit, Deputy City Clerk/Manager of 
Administration, Legal Services, dated June 5, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee 
Meeting of June 14, 2000, re: PROVINCIAL OFFENCES OFFICE —- 1 YEAR OF 
OPERATION (File L01) be received; and, 


That the Attorney General be requested to take whatever action is necessary to ensure that 
additional judicial resources are available for the Ontario Court of Justice — Provincial Offences 
Office — Brampton. 


That the report from A.D. MacMillan, Commissioner of Works and Transportation, dated May 16, 
2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of June 14, 2000, re: HIGHWAY 
#410 EXTENSION (File T17) be referred without recommendation to the Council Meeting of 
June 26, 2000. 


That the report from R.J. Bino, Director of Engineering and Development Services, Works and 
Transportation, dated May 15, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of 
June 14, 2000, re: REALLOCATION OF FUNDS REGARDING OFFICE NODE STUDY 
(File P26) be received; and, 


That the Chief Financial Officer/City Treasurer be authorized to establish a capital project called 
“GTSB Transportation Plans and GO Transit Capital Plans Review” and to transfer $50,000.00 of 
funding from Capital Project #977070: Primary Office Node Study to this project. 


That the MINUTES OF THE GOVERNANCE RESTRUCTURING COMMITTEE 
MEETING OF MAY 15, 2000, to the Administration and Finance Committee Meeting of June 
14, 2000, be referred without recommendation to the Council Meeting of June 26, 2000. 


That the Administration and Finance Committee do now adjourn to meet again during Committee 
of the Whole, on Wednesday, July 5, 2000, at 2:00 p.m., or at the call of the Chair. 


BY-LAW COMMITTEE -- June 14, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Cowie 
Seconded by Regional Councillor Begley 


That the Minutes of the By-law Committee Meeting held June 14, 2000 to the Council Meeting of 
June 26, 2000, Recommendations BL11-2000 to BLO15-2000 be approved as printed and 
circulated. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 

That the Agenda for the By-law Committee Meeting dated June 14, 2000, be approved, as printed. 
That the delegations to the By-law Committee Meeting of June 14, 2000, be received: 

Mr. Amo Blazys, Mister Twister Distributor Inc. 

Mr. R. Carpenter, 20 Archdekin Drive 

Mrs. A. P. Melo, 3 Tindale Road 


Mr. J. Howe, 3946 Steeles Ave. E. 
Mrs. R. Szieber, 10 Knightsbridge Road 


Set ee tS 


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BL013-2000 


BL014-2000 


BLO015-2000 


G3. 


C283-2000 


PB166-2000 


PB167-2000 


2000 06 26 


That the report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Corporation Counsel and Director of Enforcement, 
Legal Services, dated March 22, 2000, to the By-law Committee Meeting of June 14, 2000, re: 
PROPERTY STANDARDS, BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND PROSECUTION 
STATISTICS — JANUARY 1, 2000 TO MARCH 31, 2000 (File G11) be received. 


That the report from J. Atwood-Petkovski, Corporation Council and Director of Enforcement 
dated March 23, 2000, to the By-law Committee Meeting of June 14, 2000, re: LICENSING OF 
HORSEBACK RIDING STABLES AND RIDING CAMPS (File W00) be deferred to a future 
meeting of the By-Law Committee, pending a further report in this regard. 


That the By-Law Committee do now adjourn to meet again on Wednesday, July 5, 2000, at 2:00 
p.m. as Committee of the Whole or at the call of the Chair. 


PLANNING AND BUILDING COMMITTEE — June 19, 2000 


Moved by City Councillor Gibson 
Seconded by City Councillor Metzak 


That the Minutes of the Planning and Building Committee Meeting held June 19, 2000 to the 
Council Meeting of June 26, 2000, Recommendations PB166-2000 to PB173-2000 be approved 
as printed amended to delete recommendation PB168-2000 as it was dealt with under Delegation 
E 3, Resolution C273-2000. 

CARRIED 


The recommendations were approved as follows: 


That the Agenda for the Planning & Building Committee Meeting dated June 19, 2000, be 
approved as printed. 


That the report from J. Hardcastle, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, 
dated May 24, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 19, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT — PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE ZONING BY-LAW - GINO IACOUCCI - 
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF MAYFIELD ROAD AND COLONEL BERTRAM ROAD - 
WARD 2 (File C1E17.19) be received; and, 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval the applicant shall submit a revised draft plan of 
subdivision reflecting reconfigured ownership and lot boundaries resulting from the closure and 
sale of the Andrew Street Right of Way; 


That prior to the issuance of draft approval, the applicant shall also prepare a preliminary 
community information map of the subdivision to be posted in a prominent location in each sales 
office where homes in the subdivision are being sold. The map shall contain the applicable 
information prescribed within the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of Draft 
Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivision as it pertains to Sales Office Community 
Information Maps; 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval, the applicant shall execute a preliminary 
subdivision agreement to the satisfaction of the City. The preliminary subdivision agreement shall 
include a schedule identifying all of the notice provisions for all of the lots and blocks within the 
plan; 


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That staff be directed to prepare the appropriate documents for the consideration of City Council, 


subject to the following: 


A) The site specific zoning by-law containing the following: 


1) The subject lands shall be zoned with a site specific “Residential Single Family 
(RIA)” zone category and a “Flood Plain (F)” zone category. 


a) 


b) 


c) 


d) 


The RIA zone category shall permit the following uses: 


i) a single-family detached dwelling; 

li) a group home, subject to the requirements and restrictions set 
out in section 10.15; 

iii) an auxiliary group home, subject to the requirements and 
restrictions set out in section 10.15; 

iv) purposes accessory to the other permitted purposes; and, 

v) a home occupation, subject to the requirements and 


restrictions set out in section 10.12. 


The RIA zone category shall be subject to the following requirements 
and restrictions: 

i) Minimum lot area 

Interior lot - 500 square metres 

Corner lot - 550 square metres 

ii) Minimum lot width 

Interior lot - 15 metres 

Corner lot - 15 metres 


ili) Minimum Lot Depth - 34 metres 

iv) Minimum Front Yard Depth - 4.5 metres to the front wall of 
the dwelling and 6.0 metres to the front wall of the garage. 

v) Minimum Interior Side Yard Setback - 1.8 metres 

vl) Minimum Exterior Side Yard Setback - 3.0 metres 

vil) Minimum Rear Yard Setback - 7.6 metres, except where the 


rear yard abuts a Floodplain zone category it shall be 10 

metres from the zone boundary 

Vili) Maximum Building Height - 10.6 metres 

ix) Minimum Gross Floor Area - 185 square metres 

x) Minimum Landscaped Open Space - 70 percent of the front 
yard, except in the case of a lot where the side lot lines 
converge towards the front lot line, where the minimum 
landscaped open space shall be 60 percent of the front yard. 


The F zone category shall permit the following uses: 
i) flood and erosion control; 

ii) conservation area or purpose; and, 

iii) public park. 


The F zone category shall be subject to the following requirement and 

restriction: 

i) No person shall, within any floodplain zone, erect, alter or use 
any building or structure for any purpose except that of flood 
or erosion control. 


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PB169-2000 


2000 06 26 


That Planning and Building Committee recommend approval of the subject application for Draft 
Plan of Subdivision and authorize staff to issue notice of draft plan approval, subject to the 
following conditions: 


a) any necessary red-line revisions to the draft plan identified by staff; 

b) all conditions contained in the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of Draft 
Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivision, or derivatives or special applications of 
said conditions, including the related policies pertaining to the Upscale Executive 
Housing Recommendations endorsed by City Council, as determined by the 
Commissioner of Planning and Building; 


c) the preparation of special architectural design guidelines, in accordance with the Upscale 
Executive Housing Policies, to address such items as: 

e Open space views and vistas; 

° Community squares and special parkettes; 

e Pedestrian walkways and connections(including enhanced fence 
and landscaping treatments); 

e Streetscapes and landscape treatments; 

° Identifiable and appropriate edge treatments and entry features to 
the community; 

Road treatments; 

e Sidewalk treatments; 

° Special pavement treatments (interlocking stones) and parking 
lanes; 

e Special porch treatments; 

° Special garage treatments; and, 


other matters deemed appropriate for the development of the subject property. 


That the report from K. Ash, Manager, Development Services, Planning and Building 
Department, dated May 30, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 19, 
2000, re: RECOMMENDATION REPORT - PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF 
SUBDIVISION AND APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING 
BY-LAW - SANDRINGHAM PLACE INC. (NEIGHBOURHOOD 502) - PART OF 
LOTS 12 AND 13, CONCESSION 6, E.H.S. - WARD 10 (File C6E12.2b) be received; and, 


That this report entitled “Proposed Draft Plan of Subdivision and Application to Amend the 
Official Plan and Zoning By-law by Sandringham Place Inc (Files: C6E12.2b and 21T-92025B) 
dated May 30, 2000; be received; 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval, the Official Plan amendment shall be approved; 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval, the applicant shall prepare a preliminary 
community information map of the subdivision to be posted in a prominent location in each sales 
office where homes in the subdivision are being sold. The map shall contain the applicable 
information prescribed within the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of Draft 
Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivision as it pertains to Sales Office Community 
Information Maps; 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval, the applicant shall execute a preliminary 
subdivision agreement to the satisfaction of the City. The preliminary subdivision agreement shall 
include a schedule identifying all of the notice provisions for all of the lots and blocks within the 
plan. 


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PB170-2000 


2000 06 26 


That Planning and Building Committee recommend approval of the subject application and staff 
be authorized to issue the notice of draft plan approval, subject to the following: 


1: any necessary red-line revisions to the draft plan identified by staff; and, 


2, all conditions contained in the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of Draft 
Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivision, or derivatives or special applications of 
said conditions, as determined by the Commissioner of Planning and Building. 


That prior to the enactment of the zoning by-law for the commercial block, the application shall 
submit elevation and urban design concept plans to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of 
Planning and Building. The design shall incorporate a pitched roof from the Airport Road and 
Sandalwood Parkway frontages and shall be consistent with the residential character of the area. 


That the report from N. Grady, Development Planner, Planning and Building Department, dated 
June 9, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of June 19, 2000, re: 
RECOMMENDATION REPORT - PROPOSED DRAFT PLAN OF SUBDIVISION AND 
APPLICATION TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW - 
YONGESTAR CUSTOM HOMES INC. - WEST SIDE OF HIGHWAY NUMBER 
50/SOUTHERLY TERMINUS OF CLARKWAY DRIVE - WARD 10 (File C10E7.4) be 
received; and, 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval, the applicant shall prepare a preliminary 
community information map of the subdivision to be posted in a prominent location in each sales 
office where homes in the subdivision are being sold. The map shall contain the applicable 
information prescribed within the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of Draft 
Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivision as it pertains to the Sales Office Community 
Information Maps; 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval, the applicant shall execute a preliminary 
subdivision agreement to the satisfaction of the City. The preliminary subdivision agreement shall 
include a schedule identifying all of the notice provisions for all of the lots and blocks within the 
plan. 


That prior to the issuance of draft plan approval, the City shall receive confirmation from the 
Trustee of the Bram East Landowners Group that the applicant has executed the cost sharing 
agreement for funding the Williams Parkway Extension Class Environmental Assessment Study 
and has paid it’s proportional share of the cost of the study to the Trustee. 


That Planning and Building Committee recommend approval of the subject application subject to: 

1. any necessary red-line revisions to the draft plan identified by staff; and, 

2, all conditions contained in the City of Brampton List of Standard Conditions of Draft 
Approval for Residential Plans of Subdivisions, or derivatives or special applications 
of said conditions, as determined by the Commissioner of Planning and Building, 
including the following : 

(a) Prior to the release of the plan for registration, the Williams Parkway 


Environmental Assessment shall be complete from Highway Number 50 to The 
Gore Road; and, 


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PB171-2000 


PB172-2000 


PB173-2000 


(b) The applicant agrees to hold from sales and marketing to purchasers the 
following blocks and lots: Blocks 144, 145, 146 and 155, lots 100-116 
(inclusive) until the preferred solution (alignment alternative) has been selected 
and finalized to the satisfaction of the Works and Transportation Department of 
the City of Brampton. 


(c) The applicant agrees to modify the plan of subdivision to conform with the final 
approved alignment for Williams Parkway as determined through the 
Environmental Assessment process. 


(d) The applicant agrees to reserve Blocks 154 and 155 for potential development 
of apartment building (s) for a minimum of three (3) years from the date 
building permits are issued for District Retail Block 156. 


That the report from B. Campbell, Director of Building and Chief Building Official, Planning and 
Building Department, dated June 12, 2000, to the Planning and Building Committee Meeting of 
June 19, 2000, re: BUILDING PERMIT ACTIVITY FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 2000 
(File B11) be received. 


That the name Earl Cook (Street, Drive, Court) be recommended to the Region of Peel Str