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2005-12-05 City Council

Event date: Monday, December 05, 2005, at 6:30 PM

Agenda - Minutes

City Council Agenda
December 05, 2005 at 6:30 PM - Council Chambers

The Lord’s Prayer

Thirty Seconds Of Silent Prayer

National Anthem

Ceremonial Presentation – United Way

1. Adoption of Minutes

Minutes of the meetings of Council held on:

a) November 14, 2005

b) November 21, 2005

2. Disclosure Of Pecuniary Interest

3. Delegations – Items on the Agenda

a) Planning Committee Report

Vip Patel will make a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

Marie Bongard will make a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

Thomas Ephgrave will make a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

Gary Mountney will make a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

John Martyn will make a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

b) Committee of the Whole Report

Marie Bongard will make a delegation regarding Item 5 of Committee of the Whole Report 35 (Parking Control Services)

Rob Crough will make a delegation regarding Item 22 of Committee of the Whole Report 35 (590 Maniece Avenue)

Paul Kinmond will make a delegation regarding Item 22 of Committee of the Whole Report 35 (590 Maniece Avenue)

c) Other Items on this Agenda

None at this time.

4. Reports And Communications

a) Planning Committee Report No. 14

Planning Committee meeting of November 21 and 28, 2005

b) Committee of the Whole Report No. 35

Committee of the Whole meeting of November 28, 2005

c) Committee of the Whole Report No. 36

Committee of the Whole meeting of December 5, 2005

5. Notices Of Motion

Moved by Councillor Rexe

Seconded by Councillor Guiel

Whereas the downloading of social services, social housing and land ambulance services to municipalities has created an unsustainable property tax burden; and

Whereas the CRF funding never did address the revenue neutral issue it was designed to rectify; and

Whereas the new Municipal Partnership Fund treats increases in municipal current value assessment as a wealth indicator and subjects it to a tax clawback; and

Whereas the current value reassessment has amplified inequities in property taxes within various tax classes not related to services provided to property;

Therefore be it resolved that the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) convene a meeting of Ontario municipal finance chairs/budget chiefs and the Ministers of Finance, Municipal Affairs and Infrastructure to address and repair the impact of current provincial policies on the 2006 property tax burden.

6. By-Laws

05-255 Being A By-Law To Appoint Parking Enforcement Officers At 111 Hunter Street West, 599 Brealey Drive (Fleming College), 659 Brealey Drive (St. Joseph’s At Fleming), 1 Residence Circle (Fleming Residence) And 555 Bonaccord Street (Fleming College), 52 Hunter Street East

05-256 Being A By-Law To Amend By-Law Number 93-100, Being A By-Law For The Regulation Of Parking

05-257 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And Securitas Canada Limited

05-258 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And UMA Engineering Ltd.

05-259 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And The Peterborough Family YMCA For The Provision Of A Municipal Capital Facility

05-260 Being A By-Law To Exempt The Lands Known Municipally As 123 Aylmer Street North From Taxation For Municipal And School Purposes

05-261 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And Upper Canada Fuels Limited

05-262 Being A By-Law To Amend By-Law Number 91-56 ‘Being A By-Law To Designate Through Highways And Erect Yield Right-Of-Way Signs’

05-263 Being A By-Law To Amend By-Law Number 91-56 ‘Being A By-Law To Designate Through Highways And Erect Yield Right-Of-Way Signs’

05-264 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Transfer Of Part Of Lot 19, Registered Plan 242, Shown As Parts 1 And 2 On Reference Plan 45R-13533, In The City Of Peterborough, In The County Of Peterborough To Gerald Joseph Miles O’Neill And Jo-Ella Bernadette O’Neill

05-265 Being A By-Law To Provide For Tax Rebates For Registered Charities

05-266 Being A By-Law To Authorize An Agreement With The Community Counselling And Resource Centre To Provide The Emergency Energy Fund To Residents In The City And County Of Peterborough.

05-267 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And Earth Tech (Canada) Inc. For Professional Services To Complete A Class Environmental Assessment For Road Network Improvements In The Vicinity Of The New Peterborough Regional Health Centre In The City Of Peterborough (P-28-05)

05-268 Being A By-Law To Amend The Zoning By-Law For 1070, 1016, 1014, 1012 And Parts Of 980, 990, 996, And 1000 Parkhill Road West

05-269 Being A By-Law To Amend The Zoning By-Law For 1133 Brealey Drive

05-270 Being A By-Law To Amend The Zoning By-Law For 590 Maniece Avenue

05-271 Being A By-Law To Amend The Zoning By-Law For 626 Chamberlain Street

05-272 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Mayor And Clerk To Execute A Municipal Funding Agreement Between The Association Of Municipalities Of Ontario And The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough For The Transfer Of Federal Gas Tax Revenues Under The New Deal For Cities And Communities

05-273 Being A By-Law To Repeal By-Law 05-047 Being A By-Law Appointing An Acting City Administrator For The City Of Peterborough

7. Other Business

8. By-Law To Approve Actions Of Council

05-274 Being A By-Law to Confirm the Proceedings of the Council at its Meeting Held on December 5, 2005

9. Adjournment


City Council Minutes
December 05, 2005 at 6:30 PM - Council Chambers

Roll Call:

Mayor Sutherland
Councillor Cahill
Councillor Clarke
Councillor Doris
Councillor Eggleton
Councillor Guiel
Councillor Hall
Councillor Herring
Councillor Juby
Councillor Rexe
Councillor Vass

Ceremonial Presentations

Ken Doherty presented the results of the annual City of Peterborough contributions to the United Way Campaign.

Minutes – November 14 and 21, 2005

Moved by Councillor Clarke, seconded by Councillor Cahill

That the Minutes of the meetings of Council held on November 14 and 21, 2005 be confirmed.

“CARRIED”

Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest

Councillor Juby declared an interest in Item 5 of Planning Report 14, 626 Chamberlain Street and Item 22 of Committee of the Whole Report 35, 590 Maniece Avenue.

Delegations

Planning Committee

Vip Patel made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

Marie Bongard made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

Thomas Ephgrave made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

Gary Mountney made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

John Martyn, 1219 Bridal Drive, made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

Paul Downey made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

Cheryl Lyons, 530 Douglas, made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

Margeree Edwards, North Kawartha, made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

David Jarvis, 690 Aylmer Street, made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

Jamie Snider, 110 Dumble Avenue, made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

Alex Byron made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

Matt Porter made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Committee 14 (626 Chamberlain Street)

Committee of the Whole

Marie Bongard made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Committee of the Whole Report 35 (Parking Control Services)

Rob Crough made a delegation regarding Item 22 of Committee of the Whole Report 35 (590 Maniece Avenue)

Paul Kinmond, 594 Maniece Avenue, made a delegation regarding Item 22 of Committee of the Whole Report 35 (590 Maniece Avenue)

Matt Porter made a delegation regarding Item 22 of Committee of the Whole Report 35 (590 Maniece Avenue)

Patti Peeters, Burnham Street, made a delegation regarding Item 22 of Committee of the Whole Report 35 (590 Maniece Avenue)

Moved by Councillor Hall, seconded by Councillor Guiel

That the rules of order be suspended to allow delegations to finish and to continue the meeting past 10:00 p.m. to complete the agenda.

“CARRIED”

Marilyn Tamblyn made a delegation regarding Item 19 of Committee of the Whole Report 35 (Handi-Van Service)

Ann McArthur made a delegation regarding Item 22 of Committee of the Whole Report 35 (590 Maniece Avenue)

James Murphy made a delegation regarding Item 22 of Committee of the Whole Report 35 (590 Maniece Avenue)

Other Items on This Agenda

There were no delegations.

Report Number 14 of the Planning Committee

Moved by Councillor Doris, seconded by Councillor Hall

That Report Number 14 of the Planning Committee Meeting of November 21 and 28, 2005, be approved.

Moved by Councillor Doris, seconded by Councillor Guiel

That Item 3, Report PLPD05-092, 590 Maniece Avenue (Browne, Large-Moran),

be deleted from the report.

“CARRIED”

Item 5 (Report PLPD05-099 - 626 Chamberlain Street) was separated for discussion.

Councillor Juby declared an interest on Item 5 of Planning Committee Report No. 14 as he has a conditional offer on the property. Councillor Juby also declared an interest on Item 22 of Committee of the Whole Report No. 35 (590 Maniece Avenue), as this matter is being handled by his employer.

Moved by Councillor Cahill, seconded by Councillor Vass

That this item be deferred to receive additional information.

“LOST”

Moved by Councillor Doris, seconded by Councillor Rexe

That the Question be Put.

“LOST”

Moved by Councillor Rexe, seconded by Councillor Herring

That the Question be Put.

“LOST”

A recorded vote was requested.


Item 5 (Report PLPD05-099 - 626 Chamberlain Street)

Yea

Nay

Councillor Guiel

Councillor Herring

Councillor Clarke

Councillor Eggleton

Councillor Cahill

Councillor Vass

Mayor Sutherland

Councillor Rexe

Councillor Hall

Councillor Doris

Upon Item 5, this motion lost.

Moved by Councillor Rexe

That the question be put on balance of the report.

“CARRIED”

On the motion of Councillors Doris and Hall, this motion carried.

Report Number 35 of the Committee of the Whole

Moved by Councillor Juby, seconded by Councillor Guiel

That Report Number 35 of the Committee of the Whole Meeting of November 28, 2005, be approved.

Items 2 and 22 were separated for discussion.

Item 22 – 590 Maniece Avenue

Moved by Councillor Vass, seconded by Councillor Hall

That this item be subject Site Plan Control and approval by Council.

“CARRIED”

Moved by Councillor Doris, seconded by Councillor Rexe

That staff give consideration of the option of the driveway onto Television Road and the orientation of the house to Television Road.

Councillor Guiel requested a recorded vote.

Yea

Nay

Councillor Herring

Councillor Eggleton

Councillor Guiel

Councillor Vass

Councillor Rexe

Councillor Hall

Councillor Clarke

Councillor Cahill

Councillor Doris

Mayor Sutherland

“CARRIED”

Councillor Herring requested a recorded vote on Item 22, the main motion.

Yea

Nay

Councillor Herring

Councillor Eggleton

Councillor Guiel

Councillor Vass

Councillor Rexe

Councillor Hall

Councillor Clarke

Councillor Cahill

Councillor Doris

Mayor Sutherland

Upon Item 22, this motion carried.

Upon the original motion of Councillors Juby and Guiel, this motion carried.

Report Number 36 of the Committee of the Whole

Moved by Councillor Juby, seconded by Councillor Guiel

That Report Number 36 of the Committee of the Whole Meeting of December 5, 2005, be approved.

"CARRIED"

Notices of Motion

Moved by Councillor Rexe, seconded by Councillor Guiel

Whereas the downloading of social services, social housing and land ambulance services to municipalities has created an unsustainable property tax burden; and

Whereas the CRF funding never did address the revenue neutral issue it was designed to rectify; and

Whereas the new Municipal Partnership Fund treats increases in municipal current value assessment as a wealth indicator and subjects it to a tax clawback; and

Whereas the current value reassessment has amplified inequities in property taxes within various tax classes not related to services provided to property;

Therefore be it resolved that the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) convene a meeting of Ontario municipal finance chairs/budget chiefs and the Ministers of Finance, Municipal Affairs and Infrastructure to address and repair the impact of current provincial policies on the 2006 property tax burden.

"CARRIED"


By-Laws

Moved by Councillor Rexe, seconded by Councillor Cahill

That the following by-laws be read a first, second and third time:

05-255 Being A By-Law To Appoint Parking Enforcement Officers At 111 Hunter Street West, 599 Brealey Drive (Fleming College), 659 Brealey Drive (St. Joseph’s At Fleming), 1 Residence Circle (Fleming Residence) And 555 Bonaccord Street (Fleming College), 52 Hunter Street East

05-256 Being A By-Law To Amend By-Law Number 93-100, Being A By-Law For The Regulation Of Parking

05-257 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And Securitas Canada Limited

05-258 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And UMA Engineering Ltd.

05-259 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And The Peterborough Family YMCA For The Provision Of A Municipal Capital Facility

05-260 Being A By-Law To Exempt The Lands Known Municipally As 123 Aylmer Street North From Taxation For Municipal And School Purposes

05-261 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And Upper Canada Fuels Limited

05-262 Being A By-Law To Amend By-Law Number 91-56 ‘Being A By-Law To Designate Through Highways And Erect Yield Right-Of-Way Signs’

05-263 Being A By-Law To Amend By-Law Number 91-56 ‘Being A By-Law To Designate Through Highways And Erect Yield Right-Of-Way Signs’

05-264 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Transfer Of Part Of Lot 19, Registered Plan 242, Shown As Parts 1 And 2 On Reference Plan 45R-13533, In The City Of Peterborough, In The County Of Peterborough To Gerald Joseph Miles O’Neill And Jo-Ella Bernadette O’Neill

05-265 Being A By-Law To Provide For Tax Rebates For Registered Charities

05-266 Being A By-Law To Authorize An Agreement With The Community Counselling And Resource Centre To Provide The Emergency Energy Fund To Residents In The City And County Of Peterborough.

05-267 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And Earth Tech (Canada) Inc. For Professional Services To Complete A Class Environmental Assessment For Road Network Improvements In The Vicinity Of The New Peterborough Regional Health Centre In The City Of Peterborough (P-28-05)

05-268 Being A By-Law To Amend The Zoning By-Law For 1070, 1016, 1014, 1012 And Parts Of 980, 990, 996, And 1000 Parkhill Road West

05-269 Being A By-Law To Amend The Zoning By-Law For 1133 Brealey Drive

05-270 Being A By-Law To Amend The Zoning By-Law For 590 Maniece Avenue

05-272 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Mayor And Clerk To Execute A Municipal Funding Agreement Between The Association Of Municipalities Of Ontario And The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough For The Transfer Of Federal Gas Tax Revenues Under The New Deal For Cities And Communities

05-273 Being A By-Law To Repeal By-Law 05-047 (Being A By-Law Appointing An ActingCity Administrator For The City Of Peterborough)

05-274 Being A By-Law To Authorize An Agreement With The County Of Peterborough To Provide Fire Dispatch Services For A Minimum Of Five Peterborough County Fire Departments

05-275 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Of Agreement With Her Majesty The Queen In Right Of Canada As Represented By The Minister Of Indian And Northern Affairs Canada

05-276 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Acquisition Of 217 Murray Street, In The City Of Peterborough, In The County Of Peterborough

05-277 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Transfer Of 217 Murray Street, In The City Of Peterborough, To The Brock StreetMission - Peterborough

05-278 Being A By-Law To Authorize An Agreement With The Ministry Of Children And Youth Services’ (MCYS) For The Best Start Program

and the said by-laws, having been now read a first, second and third time and passed, the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign and seal the same

“CARRIED”

New Business

Mayor Sutherland indicated that the democratic process was followed in the Council meeting this evening and that the individuals that created a disturbance in the Chambers did not succeed in gaining support for their cause. She indicated that respect for the democratic process and those involved in it must be preserved in the Council Chambers.

Councillor Rexe indicated that “Murder at Market Hall” was launched and is available at Titles Bookstore at a cost of $15.00.

Councillor Herring thanked the Santa Claus Parade organizers for an excellent event.

Councillor Cahill asked about the size of the signs in the downtown area. Mr. Rye indicated that the downtown is the last phase of the sign project and in 2006 this phase should be completed.

Confirmatory By-Law

Moved by Councillor, seconded by Councillor

That the following by-law be read a first, second and third time:

05-279 Being A By-Law To Confirm The Proceedings Of The Council At Its Meeting Held December 5, 2005

and the said by-law, having been now read a third time and passed, the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign and seal the same.

“CARRIED”

Adjournment

Moved by Councillor Clarke

That this meeting of City Council adjourn at 10:30 p.m.

“CARRIED”

Nancy Wright-Laking

City Clerk

Sylvia Sutherland

Mayor


 

PLANNING COMMITTEE REPORT NO. 14

NOVEMBER 21 AND 28, 2005

TO THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PETERBOROUGH, FOR CONSIDERATION AT ITS MEETING HELD DECEMBER 5, 2005

THE PLANNING COMMITTEE, AS A RESULT OF ITS MEETING HELD ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21 AND 28, 2005, RECOMMENDS AS FOLLOWS:

1. Report PLPD05-003

Mandatory Residential Fire Sprinklers

That Council approve the recommendation outlined in report PLBD05-003 dated November 21, 2005, of the Manager of the Building Division, as follows:

That report PLBD05-003 dated November 21, 2005, of the Manager of the Building Division, be received for information.

2. Report PLPD05-101

1133 Brealey Drive Rezoning (Marion Batten)

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report PLPD05-101 dated November 21, 2005, of the Planner of Policy and Research, as follows:

a) That the application for Zoning By-Law Amendment, as submitted by Marion Batten to rezone the property at 1133 Brealey Drive from D.1 Development District to SP.31 10a – “H” Special District, to permit a single unit dwelling that is not connected to municipal wastewater collection services be approved;

b) That the “H” Holding Symbol shall be removed upon the owner entering into an agreement with the City that would address removal of the barn, connection of the dwelling to municipal services and development and access to the lands to be severed.

3. Report PLPD05-092

590 Maniece Avenue (Browne, Large-Moran)

Council at its meeting of December 5, 2005, removed this item from Planning Report No. 14.

4. Report PLPD05-104

Rezoning 1070, 1016, 1014, 1012 and Parts of Properties known as 980, 990, 996 and 1000 Parkhill Road West

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report PLPD05-104 dated November 21, 2005, of the Planner, Urban Design, as follows:

a) That the application for a Zoning By-Law amendment submitted by Triple T Holdings Limited to rezone the properties at 1070, 1016, 1014, 1012 and parts of properties at 980, 990, 996 and 1000 Parkhill Road West from D.2 -Development District to SP.312-223 - Special District and from D.2 - Development District to OS.1 - Open Space District, to permit 41 units of residential row house dwellings and the creation of parkland, be approved, in accordance with Exhibit “C” attached to Report PLPD05-104.

b) That an “H” - Holding Provision be applied to the SP.312-223 - Special District and the OS.1 - Open Space District for the properties at 1070, 1016, 1014, 1012, and parts of the properties at 980, 990, 996 and 1000 Parkhill Road West, to be removed at such time as a site plan application is approved, for the subject properties to include but not limited to the submission of a stormwater management plan to the satisfaction of UMA Engineering, the Otonabee Region Conservation Authority, and the Development Services Engineer, the submission of a Phase 1 Archaeological Assessment, and the submission of a Landscape Plan prepared by a Landscape Architect to vegetatively restore the edge of the woodland at the ridge line of the Jackson Creek Valley.

5. Report PLPD05-099

626 Chamberlain Street

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in Report PLPD05-099, dated November 21, 2005 of the Land Use Planner, as follows:

a) That the application for Zoning By-Law Amendment, submitted by Youth Emergency Shelter of Peterborough, to rezone the property at 626 Chamberlain Street from R.1, R.2 - Residential Districts, to R.3, 3r, 4h, 7d, 16a, 19d - 4 – 224 “H” Residential District, subject to a Holding provision, to permit four self-contained apartment dwelling units with four on-site parking spaces, be approved subject to the restrictions as set out in the draft by-law amendment included as Exhibit D to Report PDPL05-099.

b) That the “H” – Holding Symbol be removed upon Site Plan Approval.

This item was subject to a recorded vote at City Council meeting of December 5, 2005 and the motion lost.

All of which is respectfully submitted,

Councillor J. Doris

Chairman

November 28, 2005


 

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE REPORT NO. 35

MEETING OF NOVEMBER 28, 2005

TO THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PETERBOROUGH FOR CONSIDERATION AT ITS MEETING HELD DECEMBER 5, 2005

THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, AS A RESULT OF ITS MEETING HELD ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2005, RECOMMENDS AS FOLLOWS:

1. Report CSCH05-026

CanadianCanoeMuseum Update

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report CSCH05-026 dated November 28, 2005, of the Director of Community Services, as follows:

a) That the presentation by representatives of the CanadianCanoeMuseum be received for information.

b) That the financial request of the CanoeMuseum be presented to the Budget Committee for consideration at the 2006 Budget deliberations.

2. Report SS05-024

Best Start Transition Plan 2005/2006

That City Council approve the report outlined in Report SS05-024 dated November 28, 2005, of the Manager of Community Partnerships and Family Services, recommending:

That the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign and seal the Best Start Transition Plan submission to the Ministry of Children and Youth Services for the period of March 31, 2005 to March 31, 2008.

3. Report PLPD05-105

Purchase of Various Materials for the Completion of an Airport Taxiway

That Council approve the recommendations of Report PLPD05-105, of the Property Asset Manager as follows:

a) That the quotation of Barry Electrical Inc in the amount of $9,365.00 plus GST for the installation of poles, anchors and a 200 amp service be approved and that staff be authorized to sign a contract for this work.

b) That the quotation of Doughty Aggregates for the provision of granular materials in the amount of $8.26 per tonne be accepted and that staff be authorized to issue a PO in the amount of $65,000 plus GST for the provision of this material.

c) That the quotation of Chemong Home Hardware for the provision of GeoGrid fabric in the amount of $18,049.42 plus GST and PST, be approved, and that staff be authorized to issue a PO for the provision of this material.


4. Report USTR05-016

Traffic Technical Committee

That Council approve the recommendations in Report USTR05-016, dated November 28, 2005, from the Manager of Transportation, as follows:

The Traffic Technical Committee recommends:

a) That a by-law be enacted to amend By-Law 91-56 (Through Streets) to facilitate the installation of stop sign control on Glencairn Avenue at Kensington Drive and on Kildare Road at Glencairn Avenue.

b) That a by-law be enacted to amend By-Law 91-56 (Through Streets) to facilitate the installation of yield sign control on Greenhill Drive at Afton Road.

c) That traffic signal control not be implemented at the intersection of Mark Street and Hunter Street. The Committee recommends that City Staff continue to monitor this intersection as part of their annual work program.

d) That traffic operational changes not be implemented on Park Place and that staff continues enforcement of the ‘1-hour parking’ parking restriction.

e) That a by-law be enacted to amend By-Law 91-56 (Through Streets) to facilitate the installation of a temporary all-way stop control at the intersection of Alexander Avenue and Alexander Court.

f) That a sidewalk be constructed on the east side of Ford Street From St. Mary’s Street to Brown Street.

5. Report USTR05-015

Supply of Parking Control Services

That Council approve the recommendation in Report USTR05-015 dated November 28, 2005 from the Manager of Transportation, as follows:

That the Proposal from Securitas Canada Limited 349 George Street, Suite 206, Peterborough, Ontario, K9H 3P9 for the supply of parking control services for a three year period commencing February 1, 2006 in the total three year amount of $1,485,635.60, plus GST of $103,994.50, for a total amount of $1,589,630.10 and that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to sign the necessary documents.

6. Report USTR05-017

Outbound Way Finding Signs

That Council approve the recommendations in Report USTR05-017, dated November 28, 2005 from the Manager of Transportation, as follows:

That Council approve the manufacture and installation of thirteen Outbound Way finding direction signs at ten locations. The attached Exhibit #1 is a map illustrating the sign locations and a sample of the information displayed on the sign. The signs would be white on green in keeping with the information sign program currently in effect.

7. Report USTR05-018

Tender T-43-05 – Replacement Vehicle for Parking Services

That Council approve the recommendations in Report USTR05-018 dated November 28, 2005, of the Manager of Transportation Division, as follows:

a) That Council approve the award of Tender T43-05 for the purchase of one 2006 Honda Civic from Trent Valley Honda, 851 Hwy #7, East, Peterborough, ON K9J 6X9 at a cost of $26,492 plus $2119.36 PST and $1,854.44 GST for a total of $30,465.80.

b) That staff apply for the rebate offered to purchasers of hybrid vehicles in the Province of Ontario that will refund $1000 of the PST payment.

8. Report USEC05-056

Alymer Street Bridge (over Jackson Creek) Rehabilitation

That Council approves the recommendations outlined in Report USEC05-056 dated November 28, 2005 from the Manager of Engineering and Construction as follows:

a) That Council approve the Preferred Alternative (Superstructure Replacement Only) for rehabilitation of the Aylmer Street Bridge, as documented in the Environmental Screening Report dated November 2005, prepared by McCormick Rankin Corporation; and

b) That Council direct staff to file Notice of Completion for the mandatory 30-day review period of the Environmental Screening Report (Project File) in accordance with the Municipal Environmental Assessment requirements.

9. Report USEC05-057

Award of Class Environmental Assessment

Road Network Improvements in the Vicinity of the New Peterborough Regional Health Centre

That Council approves the recommendations outlined in Report USEC05-057 dated November 28, 2005 from the Manager of Engineering and Construction as follows:

a) That Earth Tech (Canada) Inc., 105 Commerce Valley Drive, West 7th Floor, Markham, Ontario L3T 7W3 be retained for Proposal P-28-05 for consulting services to complete a Class Environmental Assessment study for Road Network Improvements in the vicinity of the new Peterborough Regional Health Centre to an upset limit fee of $97,500.00, plus GST of $6,825.00, for a total amount of $104,325.00; and

b) That Council pass a by-law authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to sign the Engineering Agreement.


10. Report USEC05-058

33 Parkview Drive

That Council approves the recommendations outlined in Report USEC05-058 dated November 28, 2005 from the Manager of Engineering and Construction as follows:

That a By-Law be presented for passage to authorize the sale of property described as Part of Lot 19, Registered Plan 242, shown as Parts 1 and 2 on Reference Plan 45R-13533, City of Peterborough, County of Peterborough, to Gerald Joseph Miles O’Neil and Jo-Ella Bernadette O’Neil for the purchase price of $4,373.91.

11. USPW05-027

Additional Funds for Asphalt Resurfacing

That Council approve the recommendation outlined in report USPW05-027 dated November 28, 2005 from the Manager of Public Works as follows:

a) That City Council approve the expenditure of $65,056.72 for payment of asphalt resurfacing work completed under contract T-10-05 with funds drawn from the Utility Services Reserve.

12. Report FAFS05-043

Supply and Delivery of Gasoline, Clear Diesel Fuel and Coloured Diesel Fuel

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report FAFS05-043 dated November 28, 2005, of the Director Finance and Administrative Services as follows:

a) That Tender T-41-05 for the supply and delivery of approximately 4.3 million litres of fuel, to the City of Peterborough and other co-operative partners be awarded to Upper Canada Fuels, 660 The Queensway, Peterborough, Ontario, K9J 7H2, based on a “cost - plus” basis whereas the “cost” component fluctuates based on the Toronto rack prices and the “plus” component remains a fixed per litre charge to include the following:

Description

Regular Unleaded Gasoline

Per Litre

Clear DieselPer Litre

Coloured Diesel Per Litre

Cartage, discount, markup

$.0060

$.0025

$.0025

GST

$.0004

$.0002

$.0002

Total

$.0064

$.0027

$$.0027

b) That the Tender be awarded for a two-year period January 1, 2006 to December 31, 2007, and that, subject to satisfactory pricing being established and Council approval, the term may be extended for one additional year January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008.


13. Report FAFS05-044

2006 Budget Timetable Revision

That Council approve the recommendation outlined in report FAFS05-044, dated November 28, 2005 of the Director of Finance and Administrative Services, as follows:

a) That the 2006 budget timetable be amended as set out in Appendix A appended to report FAFS05-044 to provide an opportunity for the new City Administrator to participate in all of the administrative review sessions.

14. Report PLPD05-098

Dutton Road Access Option

That this matter be referred back to staff for further discussion and information regarding other access options.

15. Report COU05-018

Free Parking for Veterans

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report COU05-018 dated November 28, 2005, of the Chairman of Finance as follows:

That the CAO prepare a report for Council outlining the feasibility of providing free parking for war veterans in the City of Peterborough.

16. Report COU05-019

Report on Consultant Expenditures

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report COU05-019 dated November 28, 2005, of the Chairman of Finance as follows:

That the CAO prepare a report for council outlining the cost and the cost of engagement by department for outside consultants paid for by the City of Peterborough during 2005, with recommendations on the use of consultants for 2006.

17. CORRES05-018

Town of Midland

The Provincial Municipal Fiscal Gap

That Council receive CORRESP05-018 from the Council of the Town of Midland and support their resolution regarding concern over the Provincial-Municipal Fiscal Gap, as follows:

That the Province of Ontario be requested to end its continued downloading of Provincial programs and use of municipal property tax dollars for the subsidization of Provincial health and social services programs; and further

That the provincial government work with the Association of Municipalities of Ontario to develop a plan to begin the uploading of provincial program costs back to where they belong; and further

That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Premier of Ontario, AMO and M.P.P.’s for support.

18. CORRES05-019

Dairy, Egg and Poultry Farmers of Ontario

That Council receive CORRESP05-019 from the Ontario Dairy, Poultry and Egg Farmers for information purposes.

19. Handi-van Service

Councillor Vass advised the Transit Department will increase the handi-van fleet during the first week of December to address service needs.

20. RFP for GPS Services

That the issue of a Request for Proposal for GPS services for City owned vehicles be referred to the CAO for a report.

21. Canadian Canoe Museum Board

That Councillor Hall replace Councillor Rexe as Council representative on the Canadian Canoe Museum Board during the year 2006.

22. 590 Maniece Avenue

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in Report PLPD05-092A, dated November 21, 2005 of the Land Use Planner, as follows:

a) That Report PLPD05-092A be received; and further

b) That the recommendations outlined in Report PLPD05-092, dated November 21, 2005, of the Land Use Planner, be approved; and further

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in Report PLPD05-092, dated November 21, 2005 of the Land Use Planner, as follows:

c) That the application for Zoning By-Law Amendment, submitted by Terry Browne and Erin Browne, to rezone the property at 590 Maniece Avenue from R1 – Residential and I – Institutional (Otonabee) to SP.31 – 255 ”H” – Special District, subject to a Holding provision, D.2.96 – Development District and O.S.1 – Open Space District, be approved subject to the restrictions as set out in the draft by-law amendment included as Exhibit C to Report PDPL05-092; and further

d) That a “H”- Holding Symbol be removed subject to a road widening and a 0.3m (1 ft.) reserve along the entire Television Road frontage.


Council at its meeting of December 5, 2005, made the following amendments:

That this item be subject Site Plan Control and approval by Council.

That staff give consideration of the option of the driveway onto Television Road and the orientation of the house to Television Road.

All of which is respectfully submitted,

Councillor Juby

Chairman

November 28, 2005


 

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE REPORT NO. 36

MEETING OF DECEMBER 5, 2005

TO THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PETERBOROUGH FOR CONSIDERATION AT ITS MEETING HELD DECEMBER 5, 2005

THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, AS A RESULT OF ITS MEETING HELD ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2005, RECOMMENDS AS FOLLOWS:

1. Report CAO05-013

Purchase and Subsequent Transfer of Legion Property on Murray Street

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report CAO05-013 dated December 7, 2005, of the Acting City Administrator, as follows:

a) That a By-Law be passed to authorize the acquisition of 217 Murray Street (Legion property) for $640,000.

b) That a By-Law be passed to authorize the transfer of 217 Murray Street (Legion property) to The Brock Street Mission - Peterborough, for $640,000.

2. Report FAFS05-046

Federal Gas Tax Agreement

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report FAFS05-046 dated December 5, 2005 of the Director Finance and Administrative Services as follows:

a) That Council ratify the Municipal Funding Agreement for the Transfer of Federal Gas Tax Revenues Under the New Deal for Cities and Communities attached to report FAFS05-046 as Appendix A, between the City of Peterborough and the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO)

b) And that a by-law be passed authorizing the agreement at the December 5, 2005 Council meeting.

3. Report FAFS05-045

Tax Appeals under Section 357 of the Municipal Act

That Council approve the recommendation outlined in report FAFS05-045 dated December 5th, 2005, of the Director of Finance and Administrative Services, as follows:

a) That Council approve the Finance Committee report dated November 30th, 2005, attached to report FAFS05-045, recommending tax adjustments for the 2004 and 2005 taxation years in the amount of $92,426.64, calculated in accordance with Section 357 of The Municipal Act.


 

4. USWM05–002

Prohibition of Receipt of Waste from other Jurisdictions

That Council approve the recommendation outlined in report USWM05-002, dated December 5, 2005 of the Manager of Waste Management as follows:

That this report be received for information.

All of which is respectfully submitted,

Councillor Juby

Chairman

December 5, 2005