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2006-05-23 City Council

Event date: Tuesday, May 23, 2006, at 6:30 PM

Agenda - Minutes

City Council Agenda
May 23, 2006 at 6:30 PM - Council Chambers

The Lord’s Prayer

Thirty Seconds Of Silent Prayer

National Anthem

Ceremonial Presentations - Peterborough Utilities Group of Companies - Annual Report

1. Adoption of Minutes

Minutes of the meeting of Council held on:

a) May 1, 2006

b) May 8, 2006

2. Disclosure Of Pecuniary Interest

3. Delegations – Items on the Agenda

a) Planning Committee Report

Fred Chamberlain will make a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Report 6 (Report PLPD06-039, 300 Spillsbury Drive)

Paul Dietrich, Parkview Homes, will make a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Report 6 (Report PLPD06-039, 300 Spillsbury Drive)

b) Committee of the Whole Report

None at this time.

c) Other Items on this Agenda

None at this time.

4. Reports And Communications

a) Planning Committee Report No. 6

Planning Committee meeting of May 8, 2006

b) Planning Committee Report No. 7

Planning Committee meeting of May 15, 2006

c) Committee of the Whole Report No. 11

Committee of the Whole meeting of May 15, 2006

d) Committee of the Whole Report No. 12

Committee of the Whole meeting of May 23, 2006

5. Notices Of Motion

None at this time.

6. By-Laws

06-074 Being A By-Law To Appoint Parking Enforcement Officers At 1 Hospital Drive (PRHC), 384 Rogers Street (PRHC), 205 King Street, 207 And 209 Simcoe Street, 3030 Aylmer Street, 240 King Street, 245 Charlotte Street, 235 King Street, Charlotte Mews, 250 Shebrooke Street, 131 Charlotte Street, 100 Charlotte Street And 1160 Clonsilla Avenue (Aon Inc)

06-075 Being A By-Law To Provide Tax Relief To Certain City Of Peterborough Property Owners Who Are Low Income Elderly Persons, Low Income Persons Between The Ages Of 55 And 64, Low Income Disabled Persons Or Ontario Disability Support Program Recipients

06-076 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of A Service Contract Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And The Ministry Of Community And Social Services For The Purposes Of Delivering Ontario Works And Child Care Services

06-077 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And Sewer Technologies Inc. For Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Inspection Of Sanitary Sewer Infrastructure Through Various Locations Within The City Of Peterborough (T-19-06)

06-078 Being A By-Law To Amend The Zoning By-Law For 200 St. Luke’s Avenue (Marycrest – Amadeo Development Inc.)

06-079 Being A By-Law To Remove A Holding Symbol From The Zoning By-Law For 10, 26 And 42 Hospital Drive And 795 Weller Street

06-080 Being A By-Law To Remove A Holding Symbol From The Zoning By-Law For 189 Lisburn Street

06-081 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement With The Province Of Ontario, Represented By The Minister Of Transportation

06-082 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And Balterre Contracting Ltd. For The Benson Avenue/O’Carroll Avenue/Geraldine Avenue/Kingan Street Sewer And Watermain Replacement – T-15-06

06-083 Being A By-Law To Enter Into An Agreement With The City Of Peterborough And Trent University To Monitor Mosquito Populations In Municipal Stormwater Ponds (T-12-06)

7. Other Business

8. By-Law To Approve Actions Of Council

06-084 Being A By-Law To Confirm The Proceedings Of The Council At Its Meeting Held On May 23, 2006

9. Adjournment


City Council Minutes
May 23, 2006 at 6:30 PM - Council Chambers

Roll Call:

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

Absent

Councillor Cahill

Ceremonial Presentations

Councillor Eggleton along with Megan Gagliardi, Hannah Brown, ? Keating, presented the Youth Friendly Award, acknowledging our commitment to making Peterboough a “youth friendly community”.

Gary Lounsbury, on behalf of Peterborough Utilities Group, presented the Annual Report to City Council.

Moved by Councillor Rexe, seconded by Councillor Hall

Whereas the Corporation of the City of Peterborough is the sole Shareholder of City of Peterborough Holdings Inc., and Council has determined that it is appropriate to pass the following resolution to fulfill the annual requirements of the Ontario business Corporations Act;

Therefore, be it resolved that:

a) The consolidated financial statements of City of Peterborough Holdings Inc. (the “Corporation”) for the fiscal year ended on December 31, 2005, together with the report of the auditors thereon, are hereby received and approved;

b) The election of the following persons as Directors of the Corporation be and the same are hereby confirmed for the terms set out in prior resolutions of the Council of the Corporation of the City of Peterborough: Gary Lounsbury, Stephen Kylie, Clifford Maynes, Ernest Morrison, Janet Lafortune, Leo Boyle, Paul Rexe, Sylvia Sutherland, John Connolly, Brian Baker, and Paul Ayotte;

c) The election of the following persons as Directors of Peterborough Distribution Inc. be and the same are hereby confirmed for the terms set out in prior resolutions of the Council of the Corporation of the City of Peterborough: Godfrey DeSira and Charles Kidd; and


d) Collins Barrow Kawarthas LLP, Chartered Accountants, are hereby appointed auditors of the Corporation, until the next annual resolution of the Shareholder is signed or until their successors are duly appointed.

“CARRIED”

Minutes – May 1 and 8, 2006

Moved by Councillor Clarke, seconded by Councillor Juby

That the Minutes of the meetings of Council held on May 1 and 8, 2006, be confirmed.

“CARRIED”

Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest

Councillor Guiel declared an interest in Item 2 of Planning Report 6 – 645 Lansdowne Street West, as he is often contracted to work by Loblaws.

Delegations

Planning Committee

Fred Chamberlain, 2 Laing Court, Peterborough, made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Report 6 (Report PLPD06-039, 300 Spillsbury Drive)

Paul Dietrich, 637 The Queensway, Peterborough, made a delegation regarding Item 5 of Planning Report 6 (Report PLPD06-039, 300 Spillsbury Drive).

Steve Waterworth, 435 Carriage Lane, Peterborough, made a delegation regarding Item 6 of Planning Report 6 (Report PLPD06-040, Final Approval Plan of Subdivision 15T02501, Activa Holdings Inc, 314 Carnegie Avenue and Part of 630 Cumberland Avenue)

Murray Davenport, agent for Activa Holdings Inc., made a delegation regarding Item 6 of Planning Report 6 (Report PLPD06-040, Final Approval Plan of Subdivision 15T02501, Activa Holdings Inc, 314 Carnegie Avenue and Part of 630 Cumberland Avenue)

Committee of the Whole

Cynthia Hearn, 45 Crescent Street, Peterborough made a delegation regarding Item 13 of Committee of the Whole Report 11 (Report USE06-023, New Sidewalk Intersections – Capital Construction Program)

Cathy Tinney, 44 Moorecraig Road, Peterborough, made a delegation regarding Item 16 of the Committee of the Whole Report 11 (Appeal of Decision of Committee of Adjustment)


Bob Pakenham made a delegation regarding Item 16 of the Committee of the Whole Report 11 (Appeal of Decision of Committee of Adjustment)

Rene Marshall, Bridle Drive, made a delegation regarding Item 16 of the Committee of the Whole Report 11 (Appeal of Decision of Committee of Adjustment)

Other Items on This Agenda

There were no delegations.

Report Number 6 of the Planning Committee

Moved by Councillor Doris, seconded by Councillor Clarke

That Report Number 6 of the Planning Committee Meeting of May 8, 2006, be approved.

Moved by Councillor Eggleton, seconded by Councillor Hall

That final approval of Subdivision 15T-02501 be delayed for one cycle, to June 12, 2006 to determine if all deficiencies are addressed in Phase I of this subdivision.

"CARRIED"

Item #2 was separated.

Upon the motion of Councillors Doris and Clarke, less item #2, this motion carried.

Upon Item #2, this motion carried.

Report Number 7 of the Planning Committee

Moved by Councillor Doris, seconded by Councillor Clarke

That Report Number 7 of the Planning Committee Meeting of May 15, 2006, be approved.

"CARRIED"

Report Number 11 of the Committee of the Whole

Moved by Councillor Juby, seconded by Councillor Eggleton

That Report Number 11 of the Committee of the Whole Meeting of May 15, 2006, be approved.

“CARRIED”


Item #9 was separated for discussion.

Moved by Councillor Juby, seconded by Councillor Vass

That part b) of report USWM06-002 be referred back to staff to explore further recycling collection options within the DBIA.

“CARRIED”

Item #13 was separated for discussion.

Item #7 was separated for discussion.

Item #16 was separated for discussion.

Moved by Councillor Guiel

That the Question be Put.

“LOST”

Recorded Vote

A recorded vote on Item #16 was requested.

Yea

Nay

Councillor Herring

Councillor Eggleton

Councillor Juby

Councillor Guiel

Councillor Vass

Councillor Rexe

Councillor Hall

Councillor Clarke

Councillor Doris

Mayor Sutherland

“CARRIED”

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

Report Number 12 of the Committee of the Whole

Moved by Councillor Juby, seconded by Councillor Guiel

That Report Number 12 of the Committee of the Whole Meeting of May 23, 2006, be approved.

“CARRIED”

Notices of Motion

There were no notices of motion.

By-Laws

Moved by Councillor Doris, seconded by Councillor Hall

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

06-074 Being A By-Law To Appoint Parking Enforcement Officers At 1 Hospital Drive (PRHC), 384 Rogers Street (PRHC), 205 King Street, 207 And 209 Simcoe Street, 3030 Aylmer Street, 240 King Street, 245 Charlotte Street, 235 King Street, Charlotte Mews, 250 Shebrooke Street, 131 Charlotte Street, 100 Charlotte Street And 1160 Clonsilla Avenue (Aon Inc.)

06-075 Being A By-Law To Provide Tax Relief To Certain City Of Peterborough Property Owners Who Are Low Income Elderly Persons, Low Income Persons Between The Ages Of 55 And 64, Low Income Disabled Persons Or Ontario Disability Support Program Recipients

06-076 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of A Service Contract Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And The Ministry Of Community And Social Services For The Purposes Of Delivering Ontario Works And Child Care Services

06-077 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And Sewer Technologies Inc. For Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Inspection Of Sanitary Sewer Infrastructure Through Various Locations Within The City Of Peterborough (T-19-06)

06-078 Being A By-Law To A By-Law To Amend The Zoning By-Law For 200 St. Luke’s Avenue (Marycrest – Amadeo Development Inc.)

06-079 Being A By-Law To Remove A Holding Symbol From The Zoning By-Law For 10, 26 And 42 Hospital Drive And 795 Weller Street

06-080 Being A By-Law To Remove A Holding Symbol From The Zoning By-Law For 189 Lisburn Street

06-081 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement With The Province Of Ontario, Represented By The Minister Of Transportation

06-082 Being A By-Law To Authorize The Execution Of An Agreement Between The Corporation Of The City Of Peterborough And Balterre Contracting Ltd. For The Benson Avenue/O’Carroll Avenue/Geraldine Avenue/Kingan Street Sewer And Watermain Replacement – T-15-06

06-083 Being A By-Law To Enter Into An Agreement With The City Of Peterborough And Trent University To Monitor Mosquito Populations In Municipal Stormwater Ponds (T-12-06)

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

“CARRIED”

Councillor Guiel left the Council Chamber at 9:05 p.m.

New Business

Moved by Councillor Rexe, seconded by Councillor Herring

That Council reintroduce the resolution of no parking on George Street from King Street to Sherbrooke Street during early morning hours.

“CARRIED”

Moved by Councillor Rexe, seconded by Councillor Vass

That Council revisit the closure of George Street from King Street to Sherbrooke Street.

“CARRIED”

Councillor Herring suggested that a day of celebration for the Peterborough Petes would be appropriate.

Councillor Clarke invited citizens to join him on June 6, 2006 at 9:00 a.m. for the annual D-Day service of remembrance on Armour Hill.

Mayor Sutherland indicated that the City should honour the Peterborough Theatre Guild for their contribution to this community and their outstanding accomplishment at the Theatre Ontario Drama Festival.

Confirmatory By-Law

Moved by Councillor Juby, seconded by Councillor Guiel

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

06-084 Being A By-Law To Confirm The Proceedings Of The Council At Its Meeting Held May 23, 2006

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 Rexe

That this meeting of City Council adjourn at 9:25 p.m.

“CARRIED”

Nancy Wright-Laking

City Clerk

Sylvia Sutherland

Mayor


 

PLANNING COMMITTEE REPORT NO. 6

MEETING OF MAY 8, 2006

TO THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PETERBOROUGH, FOR CONSIDERATION AT ITS MEETING HELD MAY 23, 2006

THE PLANNING COMMITTEE, AS A RESULT OF ITS MEETING HELD ON MONDAY, MAY 8, 2006, RECOMMENDS AS FOLLOWS:

1. Report PLPD06-035

By-Law to Remove an “H” – Holding Symbol for the Property at 189 Lisburn Street

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report PLPD06-035 dated May 8, 2006, of the Planner, Urban Design, as follows:

a) That a By-Law be passed which serves to rezone the property at 189 Lisburn Street from R.1, R.2 - “H” - Residential District to R.1, R.2 - Residential District.

2. Report PLPD06-042

Application for Site Plan Approval - 645 Lansdowne Street West 20,756.5 square metre (223,421 square foot)

Expansion to the Lansdowne Place Mall

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report PLPD06-042 dated May 8, 2006, of the Planner, Urban Design, as follows:

a) That the site plan application submitted by Armstrong Hunter and Associates for a 20,756.5 square metre (223,421 square foot) floor area expansion at 645 Lansdowne Street West be approved subject to the following conditions.

i) The deposit of a parks levy in accordance with The Planning Act, as amended.

ii) The deposit of site work performance security in the amount of $200,000.00.

iii) The submission of all the technical information and plan revisions requested by the City’s Site Plan Committee.

iv) The Owner of the property be responsible for 100% of the cost for road improvements and traffic signals related to the new driveway entrances on High Street and Erskine Avenue.

v) The Owner of the property be responsible for 100% of the cost for sidewalk extensions on Borden Avenue and High Street.

vi) The construction work related to the relocation of City storm and sanitary sewers be completed at the Owner’s full cost.

vii) The establishment of easements to the satisfaction of the Utility Services Department for the realignment of City sanitary and storm sewers.

viii) The conveyance of 3.05 metres of land to the City across the Borden Avenue and Erskine Avenue frontages of the property, at no cost and free of encumbrances.

b) That the City owned parcel of land abutting Borden Avenue be declared surplus and sold to the Owner of the property for fair market value.


3. Report PLPD06-030A

Generic Regulations - Otonabee Conservation

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report PLPD06-030A dated May 8, 2006, of the Director of Planning and Development Services, as follows:

That the presentation of the Otonabee Region Conservation Authority concerning the Generic Regulation program be received.

4. Report PLPD06-038

519 Hopkins Ave

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in Report PLPD06-038, dated May 8, 2006, of the Land Use Planner that the application for Zoning By-Law Amendment to amend the SP.306 – Residential District zone to permit the conversion of the southerly building at 519 Hopkins Avenue to support an additional 2 dwelling units resulting in a total of 7 dwelling units on the property, be DENIED.

5. Report PLPD06-039

300 Spillsbury Drive

Block 68, Plan 45M-220

That this item be referred for staff to investigate alternative development options for the site, including a timeline for completion of current residential issues.

6. Report PLPD06-040

Final Approval Plan of Subdivision 15T-02501

Activa Holdings Inc. 314 Carnegie Avenue and Part of 630 Cumberland Avenue

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in Report PLPD06-040 dated May 8, 2006, of the Acting Manager of Planning, as follows:

a) That City Council grant Final Approval to Plan of Subdivision 15T-02501 as shown on Exhibit B attached to Report PLPD06-040 located at 314 Carnegie Drive and Part of 630 Cumberland Avenue.

b) That the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute a Subdivision Agreement with Activa Holdings Inc., for the development of 85 single detached lots.

c) That City Council authorize the Director of Planning and Development Services to sign the final plans on behalf of the Corporation of the City of Peterborough once the required clearance letter is received from Otonabee Conservation.

d) The effective date of Final Approval shall be the date the final plans for registration are received by the Planning & Development Services Department.


e) That the Conditions of Draft Plan of Approval dated may 9, 2005 be amended by deleting Conditions No. 22 and 23 and replacing them with the following:

“22 Prior to final registration of the plan of subdivision, and any on-site grading or construction, the Otonabee Region Conservation Authority must have reviewed and approved reports describing:

(i) the intended means of controlling stormwater runoff in terms of quantity, frequency and duration for all events up to and including the 1:100 year storm;

(ii) the intended means of conveying stormwater flow from the site, including use of stormwater management water quality measures, both temporary and permanent, which are appropriate and in accordance with the ministry of the Environment (MOE) “Stormwater Management Planning and Design Manual”, March 2003;

(iii) the means whereby erosion and sedimentation and their effects will be minimized on the site during and after construction. These means should be in accordance with the provincial “Guidelines on Erosion and Sediment Control for Urban Construction”. Supporting technical documents should also be submitted which meets or exceeds standard in the Technical Guidelines – Erosion and Sediment Control, February 1989, published by the Ministry of Natural Resource and/or the “Erosion and Sediment Control Training Manual, MOE, 1997.

Please note: Temporary ponds for sediment control should be capable of accommodating 125 cubic metres/hectare of contributing drainage area for a period of not less that 12 hours or removing particle sizes to 40 microns.

(iv) site soil conditions, including grain size distribution profiles; and

(v) site grading plans

“23 The Subdivision Agreement between the owner and the municipality shall contain the following provisions in wording acceptable to the Otonabee Region Conservation Authority:

(i) That the owner agrees to implement the works referred to in Conditions 22. The approved report(s) should be referenced in the subdivision agreement.

(ii) That the owner agrees to maintain all stormwater management, erosion and sedimentation control structures operating in god repair during the construction period in a manner satisfactory to the Otonabee Region Conservation Authority.

(iii) That the owner agrees to notify the Otonabee Regional Conservation Authority at least 48 hours prior to the initiation of any on-site development.

In order to expedite the clearance of these conditions, a copy of the signed Subdivision Agreement should be sent to the Otonabee Region Conservation Authority.”

f) That the proceeding recommendations, noted as (a) to (e), have final approval only upon the completion of all deficiencies in Phase I, by May 21, 2006, with the possible exclusion of dredging and gazebo deck.

Council at its meeting of May 23, 2006, passed the following resolution:

That final approval of Subdivision 15T-02501 be delayed for one cycle, to June 5, 2006 to determine if all deficiencies are addressed in Phase I of this subdivision.

7. Report PLPD06-041

Final Approval of Plan of Subdivision 15T-04501 White Subdivision – 1289 Parkhill Road West

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in Report PLPD06-041dated May 8, 2006, of the Acting Manager of Planning, as follows:

a) That City Council grant Final Approval to Plan of Subdivision 15T-04501 as shown on Exhibit B attached to Report PLPD06-041 located at 1289 Parkhill Road West;

b) That the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute a Subdivision Agreement with Bill and Roger White for the development of 104 single detached lots.

c) That City Council authorize the Director of Planning and Development Services to sign the final plans on behalf of the Corporation of the City of Peterborough once the required clearance letter is received from Otonabee Conservation.

d) The effective date of Final Approval shall be the date the final plans for registration are received by the Planning & Development Services Department.

All of which is respectfully submitted,

Councillor J. Doris

Chairman

May 8, 2006


 

PLANNING COMMITTEE REPORT NO. 7

MEETING OF MAY 15, 2006

TO THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PETERBOROUGH, FOR CONSIDERATION AT ITS MEETING HELD MAY 23, 2006

THE PLANNING COMMITTEE, AS A RESULT OF ITS MEETING HELD ON MONDAY, MAY 15, 2006, RECOMMENDS AS FOLLOWS:

1. Report CSD06-001A

Tollington Parks Endowment Fund

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report CSD06-001A dated May 15, 2006, of the Director of Community Services, as follows:

a) That the report on the Tollington Parks Endowment Fund be received as background information on the establishment, maintenance, and intent of the fund;

b) That Peter Southall continue to act as the City’s Liaison with the Fund Trustees;

c) That the City Treasurer be directed to provide an annual report on the Fund’s accumulated interest and disbursements to the City’s Parks and Recreation Board and Council;

d) That the City Liaison and the Manager of the Recreation Division be directed to submit an annual report to the Parks and Recreation Board, and subsequently to Council, with recommendations for the projects to be funded from the annual disbursement of accumulated interest; and

e) That appropriate City staff be directed to design, construct and install a Heritage Recognition Plaque in Mr. Tollington’s honour under the terms of the City’s Heritage Recognition Policy.

2. Report PLPD06-033A

200 St. Luke’s Avenue

Amadeo Developments Inc.

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in Report PLPD06-037, dated May 15, 2006, of the Land Use Planner as follows:

a) That Council approve the REVISED recommendations as follows:

i) That the proposed Official Plan Amendment to redesignate the property to High Density Residential is NOT REQUIRED to support the conversion of the existing building into multiple residential units given the existing policies of Section 4.3.2 of the Official Plan that contemplate the proposed use within the Hunter Street East Business District of the Central Area.

ii) That the application submitted by Amadeo Development Inc. to rezone the property at 200 St. Luke’s Avenue from PS.2 – Public Service District to S.P. 324 – ‘H’ – Residential District, to permit a 76 unit residential dwelling, with the provision of on site parking at a minimum of 1 parking space per unit, be approved in accordance with Exhibit “C” attached to Report PLPD06-037.


b) That the revised SP. 324 “H” zone also address the following:

i) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 4.3.1 (Size of Parking Space):

1) not more than nine (9) of the required parking spaces shall be 2.4 metres by 5.7 metres.;

2) not more than two (2) of the required parking spaces shall be 2.7 metres by 5 metres.

ii) The maximum lot coverage by open parking areas, driveways and vehicle movement areas shall be 40%.

iii) The maximum building coverage be increased to 40% to reflect the existing building footprint.

iv) The conditions of removal of the “H” Holding Symbol shall be as follows:

1) Site Plan Approval is granted for the subject property to address proposed changes to the parking and driveway configurations, walkways and proposed on-site parking and roof top garden/amenity area;

2) Submission of Structural Engineering Report, to the satisfaction of the Chief Building Official, confirming the feasibility of the required changes to the building, to support the covered parking and roof top garden/amenity space; and

3) Confirmation of compliance with all applicable building code/fire safety regulations.

c) That Council confirm that the proposed changes to the draft by-law are minor and maintain the intention of the public notice to develop the site for multi-unit residential, and that no further notice is required under the Planning Act., R.S.O., c.P.13 and that hand delivered notices be delivered to land owners within 400 feet of the application and that the public be allowed to speak to this matter at Council.

3. Report PLPD06-044

Application for Site Plan Approval: Proposed Peterborough Clinic

26 Hospital Drive and Beth Israel Synagogue Parking Lot Development at 775 Weller Street

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report PLPD06-044, dated May 15, 2006, of the Planner, Urban Design, as follows:

a) That the Site Plan application submitted by The Peterborough Clinic General Partnership for the construction of a 4,838 square meter (52,070 square foot) medical clinic at 26 Hospital Drive be approved, subject to the submission of all the technical information and revisions requested by the City’s Site Plan Committee.

b) That the site plan application submitted by Landmark Associates Limited for the construction of a parking lot at 775 Weller Street to accommodate 113 vehicle parking spaces be approved on the condition the owner of 775 Weller Street granting a right of way for ingress and egress in favour of the Peterborough Clinic General Partnership.

c) That the “H” – Holding Symbol be removed from the zoning of the property.


4. Report PLPD06-006

Rotary Greenway Trail Extension

North of Nassau Mills Road to the Trent University Campus

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report PLPD06-006 dated May 15, 2006, of the Planner, Urban Design, as follows:

a) That the trail route for the Peterborough Rotary Greenway Trail Extension be as illustrated on Schedule ‘A’ attached to Staff Report PLPD06-006.

b) That Staff be authorized to file the “Notice of Completion” in accordance with the public notice requirement pursuant to the Class ‘B’ Municipal Environmental Assessment requirements,

c) That staff be authorized to proceed with the tender of the Peterborough Greenway Trail Extension Project, and

d) That the scope of the engineering design contract with TSH Associates, 513 Division Street, Cobourg, Ontario, K9A 6G6 be amended to include construction supervision, inspection and contract administration services at an additional cost of $35,000.

5. Task Force on Future Trail Development

That the establishment of a task force on future trail development be referred to the CAO for review and a report be brought forward in respect to this matter.

All of which is respectfully submitted,

Councillor J. Doris

Chairman

May 15, 2006


 

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE REPORT NO. 11

MEETING OF MAY 15, 2006

TO THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PETERBOROUGH FOR CONSIDERATION AT ITS MEETING HELD MAY 23, 2006

THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, AS A RESULT OF ITS MEETING HELD ON MONDAY, MAY 15, 2006, RECOMMENDS AS FOLLOWS:

1. Report SS06-066

Renewal of Service Contract between the Ministry of Community and Social Services and the Ministry of Children and Youth Services and the City of Peterborough for the purposes of delivering Ontario Works and Child Care Services

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in Report SS06-006 dated May 15, 2006, of the Director of Social Services, as follows:

a) The Service Contract between the Ministry of Community and Social Services (MCSS) and the Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS) and the City of Peterborough, the Consolidated Municipal Service Manager (CMSM) be approved.

b) That a by-law be passed authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to sign the contract.

2. Report FAFS06-013

Police Facility Renovation Design Development

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report FAFS06-013 dated May 15, 2006, of the Manager of Financial Services as follows:

a) That City Council approve Phase 2 – Design Development and Working Drawings of the renovation of the Peterborough Lakefield Police Service’s main headquarters building located at 500 Water Street North to Shore Tilbe Irwin & Partners, 20 Duncan Street, Suite 300, Toronto, Ontario M5T 2X5 at a total cost of $339,190 including GST of $22,190.

b) That, if the construction stage of the Police Facility Renovation is approved, City Council approve Phase 3 – Tender and Construction Field Review of the renovation of the Peterborough Lakefield Police Service’s main headquarters building located at 500 Water Street North to Shore Tilbe Irwin & Partners, 20 Duncan Street, Suite 300, Toronto, Ontario M5T 2X5 at a total cost of $106,123 including GST of $6,943.

c) That a by-law be enacted authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to sign and seal the necessary agreement.

3. Report USWM06-006

Peterborough County/City Waste Management Facility Contract Expansion to Include Operation of the New Public Drop-off Depot

That Council approve the recommendation outlined in Report USWM06-006 dated May15, 2006 of the Manager of Waste Management as follows:

That Canadian Waste Inc., 230 Carp Road, R R #3, Carp, Ontario KOA 1LO contract be expanded to include the daily operation of the Public Drop-off Depot located at the Peterborough County/City Waste Management Facility for the same period as their existing contact, commencing as early as June 1, 2006, at the quoted price of $10,000 per month plus $700 GST.

4. Report USPW06-005

Award of Contract T-08-06 for the Supply of Ready-Mix Concrete

That Council approve the recommendation outlined in Report USPW06-005 dated, May 15, 2006 of the Manager of Public Works as follows:

That Tender T-08-06, for the Supply and Delivery of Ready-Mix Concrete be awarded to Dufferin Concrete, P.O. Box 181 Peterborough, ON K9J 6Y8 for a unit cost of $139.15 per cubic metre for Class “B” concrete, which includes $8.47 GST and $9.68 PST plus a $5.75 per load fuel surcharge which includes $0.35 GST and $0.40 PST.

5. Report USPW06-006

Award of Tender T-11-06 for the Supply and Delivery of Sand, Gravel, Stone and Playground Sand

That Council approve the recommendation outlined in Report USPW06-006 dated, May 15, 2006 of the Manager of Public Works as follows:

That Tender T-11-06, for the Supply and Delivery of Sand, Gravel, Stone and Playground Sand be awarded to Glen Windrem Trucking Ltd., 2411 Whittington Drive, Peterborough, Ontario K9J 6X4, at the per tonne rates as shown on Appendix A to report USPW06-006.

6. Report USPW06-008

Award of Tender T-09-06 for the Supply and Delivery of Topsoil

That Council approve the recommendation outlined in Report USPW06-008 dated, May 15, 2006 of the Manager of Public Works as follows:

That Tender T-09-06, for the Supply and Delivery of Topsoil be awarded to Peterborough Landscape Supply, 2200 Keene, Road, Peterborough Ontario, in the amount of $11.79 per cubic metre, delivered (which includes $0.72 GST and $0.82 PST) and $9.38 per cubic metre picked-up by City, (which includes $0.57 GST and $0.66 PST.)

7. Report USEC06-022

Benson/O’Carroll/Geraldine/Kingan Reconstruction Tender T-15-06

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report USEC06-022 dated May 15, 2006, of the Manager of Engineering & Construction, as follows:

a) That the tender bid of Balterre Contracting Limited, P.O. Box 594 Norwood, Ontario, K0L 2V0, in the amount of $2,659,805.94 plus $186,186.42 GST, for a total amount of $2,845,992.36 for Contract T-15-06 (Benson / O’Carroll / Geraldine / Kingan - Sewer and Water Main Replacement) be accepted;

b) That the 2006 Capital Project number 5-15.15 for the O’Carroll, Benson, Geraldine and Kingan Reconstruction project reflecting the City’s share of the cost be increased by $609,930 ($1,325,000 to $1,934,930) and the additional amount to be funded from


i) A $40,000 draw from the Utility Services Reserve

ii) A $563,930 allocation from the total $1,559,000 Federal Gas Tax allocated in the 2006 Capital Budget (Project 5-2.01) for the Brealey Drive reconstruction project.

c) That a by-law be passed authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to sign and seal the contract documents.

8. Report USTR06-010

Provincial Transit Expansion Funding Agreement

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report USTR06-010 dated May 15, 2006, of the Manager of Transportation, as follows:

a) That the Corporation of the City of Peterborough enter into an agreement with the Province of Ontario, represented by Ministry of Transportation, to receive up to $133,000 under the Provincial Transit Expansion Funding Program to help finance the City’s Deployment of Transit Priority at fifty Signalized Intersections.

b) That a by-law be enacted authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to sign and seal the necessary agreement.

9. Report USWM06-002

Extension of Recycling Contract and DBIA Recycling Collection Project

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in Report USWM06-002, dated May 15, 2006, from the Manager of Waste Management as follows:

a) That the existing contract with HGC Management Inc., 460 Woody Road, Unit 4, Oakville, Ontario, for the collection and processing of recyclables be extended for a one year period, from June 1, 2006 to May 31, 2007 in the amount estimated at $148.60/tonne for collection and $85.48/tonne and $46.11/tonne for processing mixed recyclables and cardboard respectively, plus GST in all cases; and

b) That Council approve the collection of recyclable materials in the DBIA on Monday evenings on a trial project basis from June 1, 2006 through to December 31, 2006 at an additional cost of $17,500, net of GST, to be funded through the “Recycling Facility Capital Equipment Upgrade” capital account.

Council at its meeting of May 23, 2006, passed the following resolution:

That part b) of report USWM06-002 be referred back to staff to explore further recycling collection options within the DBIA.

10. Report USPW06-009

Award of Tender T-12-06 for the Supply and Application of Larvicide in Catch Basins in the City of Peterborough and Approval to Enter into an Agreement with Trent University to Monitor Mosquito Populations in Municipal Storm Water Ponds

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in Report USPW06-009 dated, May 15, 2006 of the Manager of Public Works as follows:


a) That Tender T-12-06 for the supply and application of larvicide in catch basins in the City of Peterborough, be awarded to GDG Environment, 2131 Helmsley Avenue, Oakville, Ontario L6M 4R6, based on a unit price of $0.115 (including $0.007 GST and $0.008 PST) per catch basin for supply of larvicide and $1.124 (including $0.074 GST) per catch basin for the placement of larvicide

b) That City staff be authorized to enter into an agreement with Trent University to undertake a storm water monitoring program to determine mosquito populations and the identification of mosquito larvae and pupae at a total cost of $29,323.35 (Including $1,918.35 GST).

11. Report USEC06-020

CCTV Inspection of Municipal Sewers (T19-06)

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report USEC06-020 dated May 15, 2006, of the Water Resource Engineer, as follows:

a) That tender T-19-06 for CCTV Inspection Of Municipal Sewers – Various Locations be awarded to Sewer Technologies Inc., 2-27 West Beaver Creek Road, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 1M8, in the amount of $161,850.15 plus $11,329.52 GST, for a total amount of $173,179.66; and

b) That a by-law be passed authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to sign and seal the tender documents.

12. Report USEC06-021

COMRIF – Intake Two – Hunter Street Bridge Rehabilitation

That Council approve the recommendation outlined in Report USEC06-021 dated, May 15, 2006 of the Manager of Engineering and Construction as follows:

That Report USEC06-021 dated May 15, 2006, of the Manager of Engineering and Construction advising Council that the City’s Round Two application to the Canada Ontario Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund (COMRIF) for funding for the rehabilitation of the Hunter Street (Ashburnham) Bridge over the Otonabee River has been denied, be received as information.

That Council direct staff to bring forward a report on the implications and ramifications on the heritage designation of Hunter Street bridge.

13. Report USEC06-023

New Sidewalk Intersections – Capital Construction Program

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in Report USEC06-023 dated, May 15, 2006 of the Manager of Engineering and Construction as follows:

a) That staff issue a tender document for the construction of new sidewalks on Brown Street, Erskine Avenue, Ford Street, Keppler Crescent and Otonabee Drive; and

b) That staff’s proposed solution to a number of property specific issues related to the various sidewalk installations, as set out in Report USEC06-023, be approved.


14. Report COU06-005

Policy Respecting Minor Variance Applications

That Council approve the recommendation outlined in Report COU06-005, dated May 15, 2006, of Councillor Rexe, as follows:

That the City Administrator undertake a review of the policies in accordance with which minor variances to the provisions of the Zoning By-Law are considered by the Committee of Adjustment, to determine whether any modifications are advisable.

15. Policy on Recycling of Returnable Goods

That a report be brought forward on City policy on recycling of returnable goods.

16. Appeal Decision of Committee of Adjustment

That the City appeal the decision on 44 Moorecraig Road made by the Committee of Adjustment, dated May 1, 2006.

17. By-Laws Regarding Derelict Vehicles

That staff be directed to review the current by-laws in reference to derelict vehicles in neighbourhoods and report back to Council on any suggested changes.

18. Busker By-Law Policy

That staff be directed to research a busker by-law policy.

19. Report on the Interpretation of the Provincial Policy Statement

Councillor Hall requested a report on issues and concerns in respect to the interpretation of the provincial policy statement.

All of which is respectfully submitted,

Councillor Juby

Chairman

May 15, 2006


 

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE REPORT NO. 12

MEETING OF MAY 23, 2006

TO THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PETERBOROUGH FOR CONSIDERATION AT ITS MEETING HELD MAY 23, 2006

THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, AS A RESULT OF ITS MEETING HELD ON TUESDAY, MAY 23, 2006, RECOMMENDS AS FOLLOWS:

1. Report FACLK06-010

Appointments to the Peterborough Downtown Business Improvement Area Board of Directors

That Council approve the recommendations outlined in report FACLK06-010, dated May 23 2006, of the City Clerk, as follows:

a) That the following individual be appointed to the Peterborough Dowtown Business Improvement Area Board of Directors, for the remainder of the three year term to expire November 30, 2006:

i) Jean Grant replacing Scott Murison

2. Report OCS06-004

Committee of Adjustment Decision – 44 Moorecraig Road

That Council approve the recommendation outlined in Report OCS06-004, dated May 23, 2006, of the City Solicitor, as follows:

That Report OCS06-004, regarding a decision of the Committee of Adjustment, respecting 44 Moorecraig Road, be received for information.

All of which is respectfully submitted,

Councillor Juby

Chairman

May 23, 2006