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2006-02-20 Committee of the Whole

Event date: Monday, February 20, 2006, at 5:45 PM

Committee of the Whole Agenda
Caucus: February 20, 2006 at 5:45 PM - General Committee Room
Open Session
: February 20, 2006 at 6:30 PM - General Committee Room

Caucus – 5:45 p.m. – under Municipal Act, 2001

  1. Section 239(2)(a) – Security of the Property of the Municipality

  2. Section 239(2)(d) – Labour Relations

Open Session – 6:30 p.m.

The Lord’s Prayer

Thirty Seconds Of Silent Prayer

National Anthem

  1. Minutes of January 30, 2006

Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest

Report of Caucus

DETERMINATION OF ITEMS REQUIRING SEPARATE CONSIDERATION

FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, CIRCLE THE ITEMS YOU WISH TO CONSIDER SEPARATELY:

Item Number 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

ADOPTION OF ITEMS NOT REQUIRING SEPARATE CONSIDERATION

  1. Housing Supply Facilitator
    Report PLHD06-002
    Housing Allowance Program

    A report to propose the City of Peterborough’s participation in the new Housing Allowance Program under the Canada - Ontario Affordable Housing Program (AHP) as the Service Manager for Social Housing.

  2. Transportation Demand Management Planner
    Report USTR06-004
    Paths and Pedals Event

    A report to establish the June 3, 2006 Paths and Pedals Event as an official City of Peterborough event to ensure that volunteers are covered by the City’s liability insurance.

  3. Manager of Environmental Protection Division
    Report USES06-003
    Phase 3 Waste Water Treatment Plant Expansion – Capital Project Update

    A report proposing to increase the 2005 capital budget for the Phase 3 Expansion of the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) from $12.0 million to $15.0 million and to revise the funding sources accordingly.

  4. Manager of Public Works
    Report USPW06-001
    Award of Tender T-04-06 for the Supply & Delivery of Bedding Plant Material for 2006 for the City of Peterborough

    A report to recommend the award of Tender T-04-06, a tender for the Supply and Delivery of Bedding Plant Material for 2006 for the City of Peterborough.

  5. Water Resource Engineer
    Report USEC06-002
    Soil and Groundwater Investigation and Monitoring (Q-01-06)

    A report to obtain Council’s approval to award Quotation Q-01-06 for the completion of a City-wide Soil and Groundwater Investigation and Monitoring Program in 2006.

  6. Water Resource Engineer
    Report USEC06-003
    Sanitary Sewer Flow Monitoring Program (Q-02-06)

    A report to obtain Council’s approval to award Quotation Q-02-06 for the completion of a City-wide Sanitary Sewer Flow Monitoring Program in 2006.

  7. Manager of Waste Management
    Report USWM06-002
    Extension of Recycling Contract

    A report requesting Council’s approval for the proposed one year extension of the recycling collection and processing services contract with HGC Management Inc. with the City of Peterborough.

  8. Manager of Social Assistance
    Report SS06-004
    Consolidated Verification Process Caseworker Request

    A report to request the addition of one full time permanent caseworker to increase the complement of the Consolidated Verification Process (CVP) unit.

  9. Heritage Preservation Officer
    Report CSCH06-007
    Heritage Property Tax Relief Program Property Inclusion

    A report requesting that Council include the property at 100 Benson Avenue (Peterborough Normal School/Teacher’s College) in the Heritage Property Tax Relief Program (HPTRP).

  10. Manager, Engineering and Construction Division
    Report USEC06-004 and Exhibits 
    Brealey Drive Urbanization (Sir Sandford Fleming Drive to Lansdowne Street West) – Approval to File ESR

    A report to seek Council’s approval of the Preferred Alternative #4 (reconstruction of Brealey Drive incorporating a widened pavement surface to incorporate on-street bike lanes, continuous sidewalks on both sides of the street, concrete curb and gutter, installation of storm sewers, separate left turning lanes at local intersections and a new signalized intersection for the Stenson Boulevard (Sir Sandford Fleming College Way / Brealey Drive intersection), as documented in the Environmental Study Report dated January 2006, and that staff be directed to file Notice of Completion for the study in accordance with the Schedule “C” provisions of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment requirements.

Other Business

Adjournment