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2007-11-05 Committee of the Whole

Event date: Monday, November 05, 2007, at 6:00 PM

Committee of the Whole Agenda
Caucus: November 05, 2007 at 6:00 PM - General Committee Room
Open Session: November 05, 2007 at 6:30 PM - General Committee Room

Caucus – 6:00 p.m. – General Committee Room

Municipal Act, 2001

  1. Section 239(2)(b) Personal Matters About An Identifiable Individual, Including Municipal Or Local Board Employees

  2. Section 239(2)(b) Personal Matters About An Identifiable Individual, Including Municipal Or Local Board Employees

  3. Section 239(2)(a) Security Of The Property Of The Municipality Or Local Board

Open Session – 6:30 p.m. in the General Committee Room

The Lords Prayer

Thirty Seconds Of Silent Prayer

National Anthem

  1. Minutes of October 15, 2007

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 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

ADOPTION OF ITEMS NOT REQUIRING SEPARATE CONSIDERATION

  1. Director of Planning and Development Services
    Report PLHD07-004
    Affordable Housing Project – Lakefield

    A report to recommend Council approval of one (1) affordable rental project proposal in Lakefield in the Township of Smith-Ennismore-Lakefield, under the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Program.

  2. Chief of Police
    Report POL07-001
    Community Police Partnerships (CPP) Program Agreement Extension

    A report to recommend that a By-Law be passed authorizing the extension of an agreement between her Majesty the Queen in right of Ontario as represented by the Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services and the Corporation of the City of Peterborough and the Peterborough Lakefield Police Services Board, approving the continued participation of all parties in the Community Police Partnerships Program.

  3. Director of Community Services
    Report CSRS07-006
    2007 Civic Awards Nomination Criteria

    A report that recommends a nomination package and screening criteria for the 2007 Civic Awards Program.

  4. Director of Community Services
    Report CSRS07-005
    Agreement with Peterborough City Soccer Association

    A report that recommends an agreement with the Peterborough City Soccer Association for the construction of lighting at Eastgate Memorial Park.

  5. Director of Community Services
    Report SCACH07-017
    Update on the Little Lake Cemetery Designation

    A report to provide information on the current status of the Designation of Little Lake Cemetery.

  6. Director of Utility Services
    Report USWM07-012
    Proposed Waste Collection System

    A report requesting Council’s approval to update the City’s waste collection system to include the Citywide collection of kitchen organics effective September 15, 2008.

  7. Director of Utility Services
    Report USTR07-010
    Cycling Lanes Monaghan Road Corridor

    A report seeking Council approval to implement cycling lanes on sections of Monaghan road, Crawford Drive and McDonnel Street and to establish guidelines for road maintenance where cycling lanes exist.

  8. Director of Utility Services
    Report USTR07-014
    Context Report: Update of the 2002 Comprehensive Transportation Plan

    A report to recommend a context under which the update to the 2002 Comprehensive Transportation Plan will be completed.

  9. Director of Utility Services
    Report USTR07-015
    Dutton Road Area Transportation Options

    A report to inform Council of the Dutton Road area transportation options.

  10. Director of Utility Services
    Report USTR07-013
    Strategic Downtown Parking Management Study

    A report to inform Council of the contents of the IBI Group report entitled “Strategic Downtown Parking Management Study” dated August 2007 and to formulate a strategy to receive, review and move forward with the recommendations of the report.

  11. City Clerk
    Report CSCLK07-016
    Municipal Investigator – Municipal Statute Law Amendment Act 2006 (Bill 130)

    A
    report to inform Council about changes to Section 239 (closed meetings) of the Municipal Act 2001 requirement in respect of a meeting, or part of a meeting, closed to the public and to report on the investigation.

  12. CORRESP07-029
    Township of Stirling-Rawdon

    Request for Provincial and Federal assistance to residents dealing with the Aftermath of a catastrophic natural event

  13. CORRESP07-030
    Town of Smith Falls

    Correspondence urging AMO to take a more active role in the taxation capping system and that the Province revamp the property tax system in a fair and equitable manner

  14. CORRESP07-031
    City of Cornwall

    Request to the Province to reassume 100% of the cost of all provincially mandated programs such as social assistance, ODSP, Ontario drug benefits, childcare services and facilities.

  15. CORRESP07-032
    Municipality of Brockton

    Request to the Province to revisit the funding formula currently used for Conservation Authorities, or in the absence of a funding review that the Province revisit the mandate of the Conservation Authorities.

  16. CORRESP07-033
    Township of North Dumfries

    Request to the Province to consider increasing the fees and royalties charge to aggregate operations and this additional revenue be used to provide the MNR with resources to staff an enforcement branch.

  17. CORRESP07-034
    Township of Burpee and Mills

    Request that the Province directly refund to municipalities 75% farmland, managed forest and conservation land tax.

  18. CORRESP07-035
    Township of Brock

    Request that the Ministry of the Environment adhere to the recommendations and conclusions of its own panel of experts acknowledging paper fibre biosolids as a waste, by removing the exemption status for sound-sorb and nitro-sorb and by imposing the recommended regulatory control of a certificate of approval or legal instrument that provide equal or better protection for human health and the environment.

  19.  CORRESP07-036
    Region of Peel

    Request that the Federal and Provincial governments explore the successful international experience in leveraging the asset value of existing social housing, including the write off of outstanding mortgage debts and the reduction of ongoing operation subsidies, to foster greater provider accountability and to facilitate both new construction and ongoing maintenance

Other Business

Adjournment